Definition of “implicit” - English Dictionary

“implicit” in British English

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us /ɪmˈplɪs·ɪt/

implicit adjective (SUGGESTED)

suggested but not communicated directly:

We interpreted his silence as implicit agreement.
Some reporters thought there was an implicit threat in the president’s speech.

implicit adjective (COMPLETE)

[ not gradable ] (esp. of trust and belief) complete and without any doubts:

implicit faith

(Definition of “implicit” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)