Definitions of "implication"
  1. The process of being involved in something, often indirectly, or the state of being so involved
  2. The process of suggesting or indicating something, often without directly stating it, or the state of being suggested
  3. Something suggested or indicated, often without being directly stated
How to use "implication" in a sentence
  1. In the contract, the implication of the non-compete clause was that the employee could not work for a competitor for two years after leaving the company.
  2. The defendant faced an implication in the case due to the circumstantial evidence.
  3. The implication of the landlord's rules was that tenants were responsible for all minor repairs.

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