- strongly suggest the truth or existence of (something not expressly stated)；(of a fact or occurrence) suggest (something) as a logical consequence
verb: imply, 3rd person present: implies, gerund or present participle: implying, past tense: implied, past participle: implied
- 1. strongly suggest the truth or existence of (something not expressly stated) the salesmen who uses jargon to imply his superior knowledge the report implies that two million jobs might be lost 同義詞
- ▪ (of a fact or occurrence) suggest (something) as a logical consequence the forecasted traffic increase implied more roads and more air pollution 同義詞
原文:This reasoning implies that interactional and distributive justice are the relevant currencies for...
...故又稱“自由信託”，又因其意思表示訂定在檔上，亦稱為“明示信託”。 Implied Trust暗示信託經由法律暗示而發起或創造之信託。或由各種環境所暗示...
...for a system in adiabatic enclosure , 關於功率，如果系統的負極還在隔熱圈裏面， implies all of the following,except ：a negative amount of work has been...