Definitions of "imply"
  1. To acknowledge indirectly through evidence or logical assumptions, particularly in the field of law or equity
  2. To hint or express something indirectly without stating it explicitly
How to use "imply" in a sentence
  1. The comments made by the witness seemed to imply the presence of a third party at the scene of the crime.
  2. The details in the victim's testimony imply a potential lead for investigation.
  3. The behavior of the suspect before the incident could imply a motive for committing the act.

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