In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1deducción femeninoconclusión femeninoinferencia femenino formalto draw an inference — hacer una deducción
- to draw an inference from sth — sacar una conclusión de algo
- by inference we can conclude that … — por deducción podemos concluir que …
- But is it not fair to say the judge has put his processes of inference into suspension?
- He has carried out research work in the areas of reliability modelling and bayesian inference.
- I couldn't hear what she was saying but it had to be - by inference - that she loves him too.
- It became fairly clear, by inference, that the sort of people who bought the clothes she sold were not her sort of people.
- We know, or think we know, by inference, that he has been in a psychiatric institution, but no more.
- No such retainer is alleged by the claimants and PW are not in a position to prove any such retainer, except by inference.
- We have a case of actual expectation by inference from the correspondence.
- Either the facts justifying such inference exist or they do not, but only the Tribunal can say what those facts are.
- Nothing more need be added because, by inference, nothing could be more sublime.
- In this sense, the method can be viewed as a Bayesian method for paternity inference.
- The defence had no knowledge of what his account was and it was clear by inference that he was unwilling to talk to them.
- You would expect, by inference, that hotels should be adversely affected also.
- But general propositions cannot be known by inference from atomic facts alone.
- She said Rico was displaying a kind of learning by inference that is called fast mapping.
- So by inference just as there will be many companies that outperform the market there are also many that will fare less well.
- A change of meaning is not to be inferred simply by inference from other clauses, even if they are new.
- We respectfully disagree with the Judge in so far as he was relying on the pleaded representations by inference.
- This use of intelligent inference effectively enhanced his vision.
- In a Hilbert system, for example, we have a number of axioms and rules of inference.
- By inference he could be accused of taking on board the views expressed at meetings.
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