- vt. 意味；暗示；隐含
[过去式 implied过去分词 implied现在分词 implying第三人称单数 implies]
及物动词的用法：If you imply that something is the case, you say something that indicates that it is the case in an indirect way. 暗指例：
"Are you implying that I have something to do with those attacks?" she asked coldly.
及物动词的用法：If an event or situation implies that something is the case, it makes you think that it is the case. 意味着例：
Exports in June rose 1.5%, implying that the economy was stronger than many investors had realized.
- vt. 意味；暗示；隐含
词语辨析imply, hint, suggest
suggest 指有意或无意的，直接或间接暗示，强调事物的表征等使人引起联想。infer, imply
infer v. (根据已知事实)推断，推理。
I infer from your smile that you are happy.从你的笑容可以看出你很高兴。
imply v. (从言语或态度中)暗示，暗指(某种事情)。
The Secretary of the Treasury implied that interest rates would go down.财政大臣暗示利率将下降。denote, indicate, imply, mean, suggest, signify, represent
Gates says Yemen's president appears to be reluctant to support the idea, because it would imply his government is not capable of handling the resettlement.
Israel was chosen by Yahweh in an act of spontaneous love it does not imply her perfection an act of spontaneous love for the patriarchs.
Z That was Lit Z, and it did indeed imply every other form of theory, and it was extremely rigorous and interesting, but it wasn't a survey.
Two recent lists imply that stress is a function of responsibility and high work expectations.
Despite what the comic strip, Dilbert, might imply, the days of cracking the whip are over.
That would imply that the soldier would be a burden to their family and society.