In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(consequence, significance)consecuencia femininerepercusión feminineimplicación feminineimplicancia feminine Latin Americato have/carry implications for sth/sb — tener/traer consecuencias para algo/algn
- His insightful analysis will help military officers fully understand the moral implications of their actions.
- Are you interested in the political implications of weblogs and social software?
- Well, he might get away with it as long as people don't understand the security implications for Australia.
- Although these assertions have long been recognized as problematic, their broad implications have not been fully examined.
- If this decline is not now arrested, it will have enormous negative implications for our economy and society.
- Finally, we discuss the practical implications of our findings for Cerulean Warbler conservation.
- Hence, it is essential that they understand the serious physical implications caused by their addiction.
- Finally, suggestions for future research and clinical implications are discussed.
- The serious public health implication is that impaired crews may be unable to operate trains safely.
- In 1995 the UK Department of Health considered the health implications of alcohol consumption.
- Similarly, any requirement for regular external peer review would have serious practical implications.
- The film is ambitious, with far-reaching political implications.
- Forget for a moment the political or even economic implications of the shifts in population.
- Privatization, in both developed and developing countries, is producing mixed results whose long-term implications are not yet clear.
- To leave that as an observation without examining its far-reaching implications seems remiss amidst any sociological exploration.
- The implications of the results for comparative trait mapping in junction regions are discussed.
- Much more work is needed to explore the implications of the new findings for human health and disease.
- While the answer to this clinical question has profound ethical implications, the disagreement remains on clinical and technical grounds.
- Both articles carried broad political implications, given the subjects' high-level government ties.
- Failure to understand the role of money can have profound political implications.
1.2(meaning)insinuación feminineby implication, he's blaming us — indirectamente / implícitamente nos está acusando
- The most troubling implication of this story is that it appears to be untypical.
- Constable Murray's implication is clear, but how many more were shot?
- Someone certainly wanted that implication to be made.
- Yes, I am sorry, I did not want to make that implication.
- But the water industry said the product's implication was that tap is impure, which was not the case.
- There was some implication that he did go in and out, possibly on assumed names and false passports.
- There's no implication that ignorance disqualifies anyone from having an opinion.
- Any implication that I am engaged in diversionary activity will be hotly denied.
- It is not a very healthy implication for a partnership, and no wonder things go wrong afterwards.
- I don't disagree that economists said this, but his implication is that they were wrong.
- While the incident occurred on a Boeing 737 in flight, there's no implication that safety was breached.
- Adding that 'it has been getting better as we've gone along' takes us beyond implication into an outright lie.
- The other clear implication is that the military news coming out of the region is full of falsehoods.
- Most people would instinctively say no, and his implication in his article is that this crazy.
- Again, there was no grandstanding, no implication that the nation needed to have its resolve stiffened or its sinews strengthened.
- The subtlety of the humour is lost on the viewer if he is not aware of this implication.
- The statement and its rather odd implication were reported around the world.
- I apologize for any contrary implication, and I hereby make a complete retraction.
- He said they acted voluntarily, adding that there was no implication of fraud.
- The TV licensing adverts make the clear but unstated implication that anyone who does not have a licence is breaking the law.
1.3Philosophy Mathematicsimplicación feminineconsecuencia feminine
- What's underlying this essay, instead, is Chuck's own implication in the whole scheme.
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