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Meaning of “infer” - Learner’s Dictionary

infer

verb [T]     /ɪnˈfɜːr/ ( present participle inferring, past tense and past participle inferred) formal
to guess that something is true because of the information that you have: [+ (that)] I inferred from the number of cups that he was expecting visitors.Concluding and deducing
Translations of “infer”
in Arabic استنتج…
in Korean 추론하다…
in Malaysian membuat kesimpulan…
in French déduire…
in Turkish anlam/sonuç/mana çıkarmak…
in Italian dedurre…
in Chinese (Traditional) 推斷,推論,推理…
in Russian заключать, делать вывод…
in Polish wnioskować…
in Vietnamese suy luận…
in Spanish inferir, deducir…
in Portuguese inferir…
in Thai ลงความคิดเห็น…
in German folgern…
in Catalan deduir, inferir…
in Japanese ~を推察する…
in Indonesian menilai…
in Chinese (Simplified) 推定,推断…
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