Implies [verb]

Definition of Implies:

indicate, mean

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Sentence/Example of Implies:

I’m implying that we don’t have a very good idea about how well it works.

When this type of complexity is low, I study when it implies periodicity, which is a simple pattern that repeats over and over.

An earlier version of this article included a quote implying that Down syndrome is a mental illness.

After 1860, Charles Darwin’s new theory of evolution also implied a very old Earth, to provide time for the diversity of species to evolve.

It’s also worth noting here that, in spite of the fact that Apple has had a LOT of smaller events in recent months, this is the company’s last event before the holiday season is in full force — as the name implies.

Names and marketing that imply higher levels of autonomy for an ADAS system increase the risk of distracted or irresponsible driving, according to a study published in September by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

As he walks away, a woman recording says the box “looks like one of those lockboxes” and implies that he might be illegally bringing ballots inside.

In the words of CFRA’s Sam Stovall, “Wall Street’s positive response to the yet-to-be-decided election implies that investors think gridlock is good.”

The combative language implied that Beijing had played an active role in the viral spread.

It implies that instead of the United States having a rigid, onerous regulatory system, we actually have one with considerably more flexibility built into it than previously recognized.