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The presence of stairs in the ruins implies an upper floor.
The increase in the inflation level implies that wages are rising too fast.
An off-road vehicle, as its name implies, is designed for use where there are no roads.
The doctor has stressed that her comments do not imply criticism of the study.
The warning carried an implied threat.
I didn’t mean to imply that you were interfering.
This is the British English definition of imply. View American English definition of imply.