US: /ˌɪmˈpɫɪsət/
UK: /ɪmplˈɪsɪt/

English Vietnamese dictionary

implicit /im'plisit/
  • tính từ
    • ngấm, ngấm ngầm; ẩn tàng
      • an implicit threat: mối đe doạ ngầm
    • hoàn toàn tuyệt đối
      • implicit obedience: sự tuân lệnh tuyệt đối
    • (toán học) ẩn
      • implicit function: hàm ẩn

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective
1 ~ (in sth) suggested without being directly expressed: Implicit in his speech was the assumption that they were guilty. + implicit criticism
2 ~ (in sth) forming part of sth (although perhaps not directly expressed): The ability to listen is implicit in the teacher's role.
3 ~ (in sth) complete and not doubted: She had the implicit trust of her staff.
implicitly adverb: It reinforces, implicitly or explicitly, the idea that money is all-important. + I trust John implicitly.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 implied, indirect, inferable, understood, unspoken, undeclared, tacit, inherent, inferential, latent:
Certain provisions are implicit in every legal contract and need not be expressed
2 absolute, unquestioning, unquestioned, unqualified, total, sheer, complete, unmitigated, unalloyed, undiluted, unlimited, unconditional, unreserved, utter, full, wholehearted:
I have implicit faith in Nicole's judgement.

Concise English dictionary

+implied though not directly expressed; inherent in the nature of something
+being without doubt or reserve