casglu, gasglu, chasglu, nghasglucasglont, casgla, casgla’, casglaf, casglai, casglais, casglaist, casglan, casglant, casglasai, casglasant, casglasech, casglasem, casglasent, casglasid, casglasit, casglasoch, casglasom, casglaswn, casglech, casgled, casglem, casglen, casglent, casgler, casgles, casglest, chasglasit, casgli, casgliff, casglith, casglo, casgloch, casglodd, casglom, casglon, casgl, casglwch, casglwn, casglwyd, casglwyf, cesglais, cesglaist, cesgli, cesglid, cesglir, cesglwch, cesglych, chasgl, chasgla, chasgla’, chasglaf, chasglai, chasglais, chasglaist, chasglan, chasglant, chasglasai, chasglasant, chasglasech, chasglasem, chasglasent, chasglasid, casglet, chasglasoch, chasglasom, chasglaswn, chasglech, chasgled, chasglem, chasglen, chasglent, gasglasem, chasgles, chasglest, chasglet, chasgli, chasgliff, chasglith, chasglo, chasgloch, chasglodd, chasglom, chasglon, chasglont, chasglwch, chasglwn, chasglwyd, chasglwyf, chesglais, chesglaist, chesgli, chesglid, chesglir, chesglwch, chesglych, gasgl, gasgla, gasgla’, gasglwyd, gasglai, gasglais, gasglaist, gasglan, gasglant, gasglasai, gasglasant, gasglasech, chasgler, gasglasent, gasglasid, gasglasit, gasglasoch, gasglasom, gasglaswn, gasglech, gasgled, gasglem, gasglen, gasglent, gasgler, gasgles, gasglest, gasglet, gasgli, gasgliff, gasglith, gasglo, gasgloch, gasglodd, gasglom, gasglon, gasglont, gasglwch, gasglwn, gasglaf, gasglwyf, gesglais, gesglaist, gesgli, gesglid, gesglir, gesglwch, gesglych
Verb(1) reason by deduction; establish by deduction(2) draw from specific cases for more general cases(3) conclude by reasoning; in logic(4) guess correctly; solve by guessing(5) believe to be the case
(1) The street was not identified, although it is possible to infer the number of the house from the photograph.(2) In such a case├ö├ç┬¬ it may be possible to infer their common intention from their conduct.(3) Other circumstances in addition thereto must exist to allow the trier of fact to infer malice.(4) from these facts we can infer that crime has been increasing(5) A reasonable man would not infer guilt from the fact of a police inquiry.(6) In the first place it is possible to infer a certain topicality in the discourse.(7) In other words, it must be possible to infer a common intention to be bound by a contract which has legal effect.(8) By carefully measuring the spin of the outer electron, he says, it will be possible to infer the spin of the nucleus.(9) Their Honours go on in the next paragraph to say it is really a no evidence case and on the next page to infer error of law.(10) It is, apparently, now possible to infer the colour of a person's skin from their typing.(11) These facts are used to infer a fluvial environment of deposition for the Upper Flora Sandstone.(12) Nor is it open to the court to infer dishonesty from facts which have been pleaded but are consistent with honesty.(13) How these two films conclude reveals much about the stresses (and inferable hopes) peculiar to their respective societies.(14) Whatever causality is, causal relations should be inferrable in everyday common sense settings.(15) I shall now suggest five reasons for inferring God as their source or ground.(16) This prejudice is inferred , and no evidence is required to enable a judge to consider it.
(1) infer from :: casglu o
1. deduce ::
2. generalize ::
3. guess ::
4. understand ::
Different Formsinfer, inference, inferences, infers
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