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inferverb [T]

 us   /ɪnˈfɜr/ (-rr-)
to ​reach an ​opinion from ​availableinformation or ​facts: [+ that clause] He inferred that she was not ​interested in a ​relationship from what she said in her ​letter.
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Translations of “infer”
in Korean 추론하다…
in Arabic استنتج…
in Malaysian membuat kesimpulan…
in French déduire…
in Russian заключать, делать вывод…
in Chinese (Traditional) 推斷,推論,推理…
in Italian dedurre…
in Turkish anlam/sonuç/mana çıkarmak…
in Polish wnioskować…
in Spanish inferir, deducir…
in Vietnamese suy luận…
in Portuguese inferir…
in Thai ลงความคิดเห็น…
in German folgern…
in Catalan deduir, inferir…
in Japanese ~を推察する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 推定,推断…
in Indonesian menilai…
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