Definition of "implied"
  1. Something not directly stated but suggested or understood through context, behavior, or surrounding conditions
How to use "implied" in a sentence
  1. The manager's approval to use the office supplies was not verbal but implied by his actions.
  2. The warranty on the product was not written but implied, covering any manufacturing defects.
  3. She did not explicitly express her consent, it was implied through her behavior.

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