Adjective(1) implied though not directly expressed; inherent in the nature of something(2) being without doubt or reserve
(1) This characteristic was implicit in the women's concerns for meeting basic human needs for their families and their description of making use of the resources in their environment.(2) The contradictions implicit in this argument are fairly obvious.(3) A legitimate value would have to be one implicit in the nature of legal reasoning itself.(4) This modern young man has implicit faith in God.(5) The message was basic to the Victorian army: that systematic uniformity and implicit obedience were essential.(6) In figure 2b, the implicit function is plotted for different values of q.(7) The implicit presumption was always that politicised corrections for market failures would work perfectly.(8) Actually, since the domain of a function is usually implicit from context, putting the * in front of an extended function is slightly redundant and thus usually omitted.(9) This view is so fundamentally flawed yet so implicit in the Australian mentality that it seems almost impossible to efface or even moderate.(10) The impression is that we are witnesses after the fact and once again we naturally construct a hypothetical narrative, its tragedy implicit in the necessarily tawdry ingredients.(11) It is only to say that his norms were not implicit in any notion of the ├ö├ç├┐social├ö├ç├û.(12) It seems to me that they were fundamentally asking why we need to have 100 pages of legislation that set out how a Crown entity must report when it has always been implicit that that agency must report anyway.(13) One could dwell on the fact that it contains several inherent contradictions and that the numbers implicit in the proposals don't add up.(14) The implicit question is whether this move can prod uncabled Australians out of their pay TV inertia and get subscription television's hoof in the door of more homes.(15) In any case, whether or not our present lethal lack of cohesion can be attributed to the rise of multiculturalism, the moral relativism implicit in that view always made it a dubious position to hold.(16) This would also provide tremendous fodder for analysis of the social networks implicit in links.
(1) implicit cost :: cost ymhlyg
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Different Formsimplicit, implicitly, implicitness
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