Definition Of implicit

adjective

(of a function) not expressed directly in terms of independent variables.

This paper contains his famous deep implicit function theorem.

implied though not plainly expressed.

comments seen as implicit criticism of the policies

with no qualification or question; absolute.

an implicit faith in God

Example Of implicit

  • A legitimate value would have to be one implicit in the nature of legal reasoning itself.

  • Actually, since the domain of a function is usually implicit from context, putting the * in front of an extended function is slightly redundant and thus usually omitted.

  • And it is that implicit possibility that gives depth to humor.

  • As Mom faced her illness, she did so in a spirit of fortitude based on an implicit faith and a godly life.

  • As subtle as implicit attitudes are, they can cause serious real-world damage.


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