- vt. 暗示,暗指 cause to seem likely; express indirectly; suggest
express or state indirectly
suggest as a logically necessary consequence; in logic
have as a logical consequence;
"The water shortage means that we have to stop taking long showers"
suggest that someone is guilty
have as a necessary feature;
"This decision involves many changes"
- I don't wish to imply that you are wrong.
- What do you want to imply?
- His silence implied agreement.
- Cheerfulness doesn't always imply happiness.
- Freedom does not necessarily imply responsibility.
- imply by〔in〕 (v.+prep.)
用…暗示 suggest (sth) with
imply sth by〔in〕 sth
What do you imply by that statement?
What did she imply in her words?
- imply agreement〔consent〕 意味着同意
- imply conflict 意味着矛盾冲突
- imply duties 意味着责任
- imply happiness 意味着幸福
- imply a lack of interest 意味着缺乏兴趣
- imply meaningfully 意味深长地暗示
- imply obviously 明显地暗示
- imply suggestively 建议性地暗示
- imply vaguely 模糊地暗示
- imply virtually 善意地暗示
If it be egotism to imply and twine with his..identity the griefs..of another.出自： C. Lamb