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Traducciones detalladas de imply de inglés a español


to imply verbo (implies, implied, implying)

  1. to imply (implicate)
  2. to imply (point to; indicate; signify; suggest; stand for)

Conjugaciones de imply:

  1. imply
  2. imply
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simple past
  1. implied
  2. implied
  3. implied
  4. implied
  5. implied
  6. implied
present perfect
  1. have implied
  2. have implied
  3. has implied
  4. have implied
  5. have implied
  6. have implied
past continuous
  1. was implying
  2. were implying
  3. was implying
  4. were implying
  5. were implying
  6. were implying
  1. shall imply
  2. will imply
  3. will imply
  4. shall imply
  5. will imply
  6. will imply
continuous present
  1. am implying
  2. are implying
  3. is implying
  4. are implying
  5. are implying
  6. are implying
  1. be implied
  2. be implied
  3. be implied
  4. be implied
  5. be implied
  6. be implied
  1. imply!
  2. let's imply!
  3. implied
  4. implying
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for imply:

VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
implicar implicate; imply deduct
indicar imply; indicate; point to; signify; stand for; suggest enlist; enrol; enroll; explain; indicate; point; prompt; register; show; subscribe; tell; whisper
significar imply; indicate; point to; signify; stand for; suggest coming down; mean; signify
- connote; entail; incriminate; inculpate; involve; mean

Palabras relacionadas con "imply":

  • implying, implication

Sinónimos de "imply":

Definiciones relacionadas de "imply":

  1. express or state indirectly1
  2. suggest as a logically necessary consequence; in logic1
  3. have as a logical consequence1
  4. have as a necessary feature1
  5. suggest that someone is guilty1

Wiktionary: imply

  1. to express suggestively rather than as a direct statement
  2. to suggest by a logical inference
  3. to have as a consequence

Cross Translation:
imply connotar; comportar; implicar impliceren — stilzwijgend ten gevolge hebben
imply implicar impliquerenvelopper, engager, en parlant d’un crime ou de quelque affaire fâcheux.
imply insinuar sous-entendrelaisser entendre une chose sans l’exprimer.