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implicit
ɪm'plɪsɪt
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Being without doubt or reserve.
  2. Implied though not directly expressed; inherent in the nature of something.
Hyphenationim•plic•it
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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暗示ànshìto hint; to suggest; suggestion; hint
盲从mángcóngto follow blindly; to conform slavishly; unthinking obedience
含蓄hánxùto contain; to hold; (of a person or style etc) reserved; restrained; (of words, writings) full of hidden meaning; implicit; veiled (criticism)
固有gùyǒuintrinsic to something; inherent; native
绝对juéduìabsolute; unconditional
蕴藉yùnjiètemperate and refined; implicit; restrained
隐含yǐnhánto contain in a concealed form; to keep covered up; implicit
隐显yǐnxiǎnappearing and disappearing; dimly visible; intermittent; implicit (but not clearly present)
隐藏yǐncángto hide; to conceal; to mask; to shelter; to harbor (i.e. keep something hidden); to hide oneself; to lie low; to nestle; hidden; implicit; private; covert; recessed (lighting)
yīnovercast (weather); cloudy; shady; Yin (the negative principle of Yin and Yang); negative (electric.); feminine; moon; implicit; hidden; genitalia; (Chinese surname)
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