implicit implicit  /ɪm ˈplɪ sət/


  1. (adj) implied though not directly expressed; inherent in the nature of something
  2. (adj) being without doubt or reserve



  1. Surely, Confucianism and crony capitalism, implicit guarantees and other institutional peculiarities are not new.
  2. High romance disorders the spirits of those who succumb to it; the implicit paranoia of the thriller disorders the very institutions of society.
  3. In all these services, offered or actually performed, there was also the implicit signal that Hoover could find out almost anything and even Presidents should handle him with care.


  1. How To Be A Corporate Entreprenur: The Manager's Edition

    The short answer to the implicit question in the headline is this: You are going to have to think differently about how you perform your job, if you want to foster entrepreneurial thought and action inside your organization.
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Forbes

  2. Airbus says A350 risk minimized as first flight looms

    By Cyril Altmeyer and Tim Hepher TOULOUSE, France (Reuters) - European planemaker Airbus has vowed to avoid the problems which led to the grounding of Boeing's 787 Dreamliner as the clock ticks towards a maiden flight seen as barely one week away. Chief Executive Fabrice Bregier said Airbus had focused on reducing technical risk in its costliest ever development project, drawing an implicit ...
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! News

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