- n.含义；可能的影响（或作用、结果）；暗指；（被）牵连; [逻辑学]蕴涵，蕴含;
- 复数: implications;
His authority and, by implication, that of his management team is under threat.
The implication that marital infidelity enhances a leader's credibility is preposterous.
The implication was plain, if left unstated.
The implication is that this battery lasts twice as long as other batteries.
The implication took a while to sink in.
The implication was obvious: vote for us or it will be very embarrassing for you.
The implication seems to be that it is impossible to pursue economic reform and democracy simultaneously.
He is by implication requesting me to resign.
We heard of his implication in a conspiracy.
He gave a long account of his troubles, with the implication that he needed financial aid.
He smiled, with the implication that he didn't believe me.
The implication seems to be we can not have a holiday this year.
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I thought the implication was that they were splitting up.
Advise management on the development and implication of new labor legislation.
Both direct implication and indirect implication methods are used in this algorithm.
Implication, our position, text area edition rules and forum specific rules.
长庚殿寓意 、 我们的立场 、 文区版规及论坛一些具体细则.
She said very little directly, but a great deal by implication.
Implication in folk wealth creativity and undertaking vigor spout.
An important implication of this view is that shares are always correctly priced.
But the exact implication of his remarks for interest rates was left unspecified.
The more insidious implication is political.
The paper provides a preliminary surveyhow to translate the images and implication in Chinese ancient poetry.
She said very little, but a great deal by implication.
(她说得很少, 但是有许多言外之意. )
Implication of apologetics as preaching: we must not preach falsehoods.
的涵义 ﹕ 我们必须讲真理,只讲真理.
The researchers added that the intensified Pacific storm track " likely has profound implication on climate. "
Being aesthetic target, cicada has extremely rich aesthetics implication.
Informed Consent is concept with rich ethical implication.
The implication is a sharp decline in global trade, which has plunged partly because oilproducing nations can't afford to import as much as they used to.
The name Healthy Choice was chosen for the positive implication it held for consumers.
One recent study attempted to calculate the extent of this ecological overshoot of the human economy, and found that we are using 1.2 Earth's-worth of environmental goods and services—the implication being that at some point the debt will be called in, and all those services—the things which the planet does for us for free—will grind to a halt.
We have to understand and think about the implications, and balance these great innovations with the potential downsides they naturally carry with them.
Richard Jackson and Neil Howe of America's CSIS, in a thoughtful book called The Graying of the Great Powers, argue that, among other things, the ageing of the developed countries will have a number of serious security implications.
This has many implications well beyond the role that parents seem to play in the lives of their children who have left for college.
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When coaches develop activities for youth practices and when sport organizations design youth-sport programs, they must consider the implication of deliberate play and deliberate practice.
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It is hard, the state argues, for judges to assess the implications of new and rapidly changing technologies.
Enough of the implications are discernable, even obvious, so that the justices can and should provide updated guidelines to police, lawyers and defendants.
The implication is that Millennials prefer news from the White House to be filtered through other source, Not a president's social media platform.
1. something that is inferred (deduced or entailed or implied);
"his resignation had political implications"
2. a meaning that is not expressly stated but can be inferred;
"the significance of his remark became clear only later"
"the expectation was spread both by word and by implication"
3. an accusation that brings into intimate and usually incriminating connection
4. a logical relation between propositions p and q of the form `if p then q'; if p is true then q cannot be false
5. a relation implicated by virtue of involvement or close connection (especially an incriminating involvement);
"he was suspected of implication in several robberies"
1. =fold,表示"重叠,重复"; 2. 折; 3. 弯
complicated 复杂的, 难解的
by what is implied or suggested rather than by formal expression
he criticized her and, by implication, her country.
hint, implication, suggestion
meaning, implication, sense
隐[蕴]含(式) 蕴涵 含蓄