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imply verb

ADV. clearly, heavily, strongly | simply | generally, normally, usually | automatically | not necessarily This does not necessarily imply that children achieve better results in private schools. | in no way They believe that submission in no way implies inferiority.

VERB + IMPLY seem to The letter seems to imply that the minister knew about the business deals. | intend to, mean to I never meant to imply any criticism. | take sth to This statement should not be taken to imply that the government is exonerated of all blame.

PHRASES express or implied the express or implied terms of the contract