(verb-transitive): To involve by logical necessity; entail: Life implies growth and death.
(verb-transitive): To express or indicate indirectly: His tone implied disapproval. See Synonyms at suggest. See Usage Note at infer.
(verb-transitive): Obsolete To entangle.
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- (verb): have as a necessary feature; "This decision involves many changes"
- (verb): suggest that someone is guilty
- (verb): have as a logical consequence; "The water shortage means that we have to stop taking long showers"
- (verb): suggest as a logically necessary consequence; in logic
- (verb): express or state indirectly
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"Why does the word imply male siblings and not female as well?"
“Why does the word imply male siblings and not female as well?”
By the way - the numvber two rule is that ever4y poster will post the exact opposite of what their name imply e.g.
Does the "Chapter 1" part of the title imply that there will be a Chapter 2?
As the two parts of the title imply, it contrasts the recent Axelrodian hagiography of Obama as the biracial transcender with the man's own evasively written but ultimately quite clear autobiography.
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