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im·plic·it

 (ĭm-plĭs′ĭt)
adj.
1. Implied or understood though not directly expressed: an implicit agreement not to raise the touchy subject.
2. Contained in the nature of something though not readily apparent: "Frustration is implicit in any attempt to express the deepest self" (Patricia Hampl).
3. Having no doubts or reservations; unquestioning: implicit trust.

[Latin implicitus, variant of implicātus, past participle of implicāre, to entangle; see implicate.]

im·plic′it·ly adv.
im·plic′it·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.implicitly - without doubting or questioning; "I implicitly trust him"
2.implicitly - without ever expressing so clearly; "he implicitly assumes that you know the answer"
explicitly - in an explicit manner; "in his foreword Professor Clark puts it explicitly"

implicitly

adverb absolutely, completely, utterly, unconditionally, unreservedly, firmly, unhesitatingly, without reservation I trust him implicitly.
Translations
بصورة ضِمْنِيَّه
bezpodmínečně
ubetingetunderforstået
beleértõdõenhallgatólagosanimplicite
skilyrîislaust; undirskiliî, óbeint
ima yolu ilekesinlikle

implicitly

[ɪmˈplɪsɪtlɪ] ADV
1. (= by implication) → implícitamente
2. (= unquestioningly) [trust] → sin reservas, incondicionalmente

implicitly

[ɪmˈplɪsɪtli] adv
[tell, recognize, condone] → implicitement
[trust] → sans réserve

implicitly

adv
(= by implication)implizit; accept, recognizestillschweigend; criticizeindirekt
(= unquestioningly) to trust/believe somebody implicitlyjdm blind vertrauen/vorbehaltlos glauben

implicitly

[ɪmˈplɪsɪtlɪ] adv
a. (agree) → tacitamente; (condone) → implicitamente
b. (believe) → senza riserve

implicit

(imˈplisit) adjective
1. unquestioning; complete. implicit obedience.
2. implied (not explicitly stated); understood indirectly. The diplomat's statement contained implicit criticism of the government.
imˈplicitly adverb
References in classic literature ?
As usual, I accepted them implicitly, and it was not till long afterwards that I understood how worthless they were.
If, from your favourable judgment, I have conceived some esteem for them, it cannot be imputed to vanity; since I should have agreed as implicitly to your opinion, had it been given in favour of any other man's production.
He must have the confirmatory evidence of his nose before venturing to rely too implicitly upon the testimony of his ears and eyes.
These qualities are natural, I implicitly believe, to the whole people.
The doctor no longer counted implicitly on his balloon; the time had gone by when he manoevred it boldly because he felt sure of it.
Pierre, having made up his mind to obey his monitress implicitly, moved toward the sofa she had indicated.
Shallow natures dream of an easy sway over the emotions of others, trusting implicitly in their own petty magic to turn the deepest streams, and confident, by pretty gestures and remarks, of making the thing that is not as though it were.
The Piccaninnies, on their part, trusted implicitly to his honour, and their whole action of the night stands out in marked contrast to his.
I was implicitly trusted by both of them; I saw them in their most private moments.
She had known personally but one Mexican, who made and sold excellent tamales, and whom she would have trusted implicitly, so softspoken was he.
His gestures, his gait, his grizzled beard, his slightest and most indifferent acts, the very fashion of his garments, were odious in the clergyman's sight; a token implicitly to be relied on of a deeper antipathy in the breast of the latter than he was willing to acknowledge to himself.
The partnership with Jonathan Burge was not to be thought of at present--there were things implicitly tacked to it that he could not accept; but Adam thought that he and Seth might carry on a little business for themselves in addition to their journeyman's work, by buying a small stock of superior wood and making articles of household furniture, for which Adam had no end of contrivances.