implyverb [ T ]uk /ɪmˈplaɪ/ us /ɪmˈplaɪ/
as sth implies
- The report, which is viewed as a bellwether for economic trends, implied that the national economy could be slowing down.
- Her statement implies a lack of confidence in the management of the company.
- What are you implying?
- A connection between the events has been implied in several news reports.
- The relationship implied a high degree of trust between the two parties.
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