Translation of implicitly in Spanish:

implicitly

implícitamente, adv.

Pronunciation /ɪmˈplɪsɪtli//ɪmˈplɪsətli/

adverb

  • 1

    (by implication)
    (suggest) implícitamente
    (suggest) tácitamente
    • The theory was held, either explicitly or implicitly, by every thinker who believed in artistic truth.
    • Giving him a platform seems to be a way of implicitly giving him the thumbs-up.
    • This criterion implicitly requires a sound current account position.
    • She simply looked around her, implicitly inviting me to do the same.
    • By implicitly accepting ethnic racism, the Metropolitan Police tacitly legitimises white racism.
    • Generally they end up, at least implicitly, arguing for lower consumption for the mass of the population.
    • Implicitly, they also claim that something akin to a level playing field is now in place.
    • The issue of female spectatorship was, implicitly, present in feminist film theory from the start.
    • The concept of the Way was probably entertained, explicitly or implicitly, by all vernacular societies.
    • To clarify, I meant that, in associating the word man with these manly traits, maybe we implicitly exclude women.
    • Part of the deal, either explicitly or implicitly, was that her daughter, Princess Shahnaz, would stay with her father in Iran.
    • Frequently, near to total submission is implicitly or explicitly demanded by the leader/leadership.
    • Much of this research, either explicitly or implicitly, touches on the culturally constructed nature of infancy.
    • Firstly, we have to choose between living in the past or rebuilding the present and, implicitly the future.
    • The writer is implicitly clearing Hodson of both crimes by showing that he was fulfilling his duty.
    • Life doesn't have to be a series of eliminations, reductions, and sacrifices, he is implicitly telling us.
    • Whenever a policy change is enacted or whenever the status quo remains, life and limb are implicitly valued.
    • The parallels to the US today are implicitly read between the lines.
    • Their presence is implicitly accounted for in the equations describing complex reaction mechanisms.
    • Much of the analysis of graduate employment data explicitly or implicitly rests on assumptions of this sort.
  • 2

    (trust/believe) incondicionalmente
    (believe/trust) sin reservas
    • At that level, both partners must use extreme caution and control, and each must implicitly trust the other.
    • She trusted him implicitly.
    • Kant holds - and Hegel obviously agrees - that reason is implicitly universal.
    • I've taken a great deal of game with it and trust it implicitly.
    • Attendants (even midwives) are notoriously resistant to trusting the body implicitly.
    • From the word go, they are implicitly generic.