**See also:** Implications Strategic Implication Implement Implacable Implore Imply Implicate Implausible Implied Implementing Imploring Implosion Implosive Implementation Implicit Implicitly Implemented Impl Implacably Imploy Implored Implicated

**1.** ** Implication** definition is - something implied: such as

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**2.** How to use ** Implication** in a sentence.

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**3.** ** Implication** definition, something implied or suggested as naturally to be inferred or understood: to resent an

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**4.** ** Implication** synonyms,

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**5.** Find 28 ways to say ** Implication**, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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**6.** ** Implication**, in logic, a relationship between two propositions in which the second is a logical consequence of the first

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**7.** In most systems of formal logic, a broader relationship called material ** Implication** is employed, which is read “If A, then B,” and is denoted by A ⊃ B or A → B

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**8.** ** Implication** definition: The

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**9.** An ** Implication** and its contrapositive always have the same truth value, but this is not true for the converse

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**10.** This is an important observation, especially when we have a theorem stated in the form of an *Implication*

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**11.** An ** Implication** (also known as a conditional statement) is a type of compound statement that is formed by joining two simple statements with the logical

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**12.** The symbol that is used to represent the logical ** Implication** operator is an arrow pointing to the right, thus a …

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**13.** Answer: Research *Implication*s basically refer to impact that your research might have on future research or policy decision or the relevant field of interest of your study

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**14.** 'How will your research affect the targeted community or subject field' is the question that *Implication*s will answer

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**15.** An ** Implication** is something that is suggested, or happens, indirectly

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**16.** When you left the gate open and the dog escaped, you were guilty by ** Implication**.

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**17.** Definition of ** Implication** in the Definitions.

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**18.** What does ** Implication** mean? Information and translations of

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**19.** *Implication*s of EBD 3 Abstract Strategies of classroom intervention for emotionallbehavioral disordered (EBD) children were investigated

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**20.** From **Longman Dictionary** of **Contemporary English Implication** im‧pli‧ca‧tion / ˌɪmplɪˈkeɪʃ ə n / W2 AWL noun 1 [countable usually plural] MEANING a possible future effect or result of an action, event, decision etc

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**21.** The report should also cover ** Implication** for the local community

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**22.** Aid for Pakistan and possible ** Implication** for the European industrial sector; I also voted in favour of keeping paragraph 9, declaring the end by 2010 of the direct production; linked subsidies for tobacco growing because of its

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**23.** Bill resented the ** Implication** he was a drug dealer simply because he carried a large amount of cash in his pockets

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**24.** 🔊 When Ann received a gym membership as a gift from her husband, she took it as an ** Implication** she needed to lose weight

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**25.** 🔊 The belt in my father’s hand was a clear ** Implication** …

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**26.** ** Implication** (also known as logical consequence, implies, or If then) is a logical operation

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**27.** ** Implication** (n.) early 15c., "action of entangling," from Latin

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**28.** The ** Implication** is equivalent to an if-then structure

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**29.** The left-hand side of the ** Implication** is called the “antecedent” and the right-hand side is called the “consequent.” The antecedent is the gating condition

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**30.** Logical consequence (also entailment or logical ** Implication**), the relationship between statements that holds true when one logically "follows from" one or more others; Material conditional (also material consequence, or

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**31.** Material ** Implication** (rule of inference), a logical rule of

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**32.** Consider the ** Implication**: if n is an odd integer, then 5n+1 is even

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**33.** ‘Any ** Implication** that I am engaged in diversionary activity will be hotly denied.’ ‘I don't disagree that economists said this, but his

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**34.** [uncountable] ** Implication** (of somebody) (in something) the fact of being involved, or of involving somebody, in something, especially a crime synonym involvement

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**35.** He resigned after his ** Implication** …

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**36.** Self-** Implication**: Letzter Beitrag: 25 Apr

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**37.** 08, 02:41: the threat of self-** Implication** that Hyde poses is the crux of the narrative structure of the… 3 Antworten: biogenetic

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**38.** Synonyms for *Implication*s in Free Thesaurus

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**39.** 34 synonyms for ** Implication**: suggestion, hint, inference, meaning, conclusion, significance

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**40.** Definition of ** Implication** written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.

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**41.** 466.”** Implication**” is also used in the sense of oInference;” 1 e., where the existence of an intention is inferred from acts not done for the sole purpose of communicating it but for some other purpose

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**42.** ** Implication** - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions

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**43.** Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: ** Implication** n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc

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**44.** ** Implication** may be one of these:

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**45.** ** Implication** (grammar): this is to suggest something is true, without actually saying it.Most uses of the term are of this type.;

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**46.** PDF On Dec 24, 2019, Rohanie M Ibrahim and others published REALISM AND ITS ** Implication** TO EDUCATION Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate

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**47.** Thus, the ** Implication** can't be false, so (since this is a two-valued logic) it must be true

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**48.** So the double ** Implication** is true if P and Q are both true or if P and Q are both false; otherwise, the double

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**49.** The ** Implication** of the King in such a scandal provoked much public and literary conjecture and irreparably tarnished James's court with an image of corruption and depravity

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**50.** During his lifetime, Marlowe was reputed to be an atheist which, at that time, held the dangerous ** Implication** of being an enemy of God and, by association, the state.

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**51.** 3 ‘at the first whiff of ** Implication** in a murder case he'd probably burn everything’ SYNONYMS incrimination , involvement, connection, entanglement, association

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**52.** For example, if a government is considering a change in policy then this change might have a political ** Implication** (e.g., some group will

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**53.** I like to think of ** Implication** as a Promise rather than Causality which is the natural tendency when you come across it the first time

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**54.** An ** Implication** is something that is suggested, or happens, indirectly

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**55.** When you left the gate open and the dog escaped, you were guilty by *Implication*

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**56.** ** Implication** has many different senses

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**57.** Usually, when used in the plural, *Implication*s are effects or consequences that may happen in the future.

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**58.** Synonyms for ** Implication** in Free Thesaurus

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**59.** 34 synonyms for ** Implication**: suggestion, hint, inference, meaning, conclusion, significance

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**60.** ** Implication** The statement \pimplies q" means that if pis true, then q must also be true

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**61.** The statement \pimplies q" is also written \if pthen q" or sometimes \qif p." Statement pis called the premise of the ** Implication** and qis called the conclusion

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**62.** Each of the following statements is an ** Implication**:

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**63.** ** Implication** Lyrics: As I colobe your sister / As I jasi dey go ra / As I disobey my mother / I come dey get plenty wahala / As I follow the brother as he commit the disaster / Just because say I dey

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**64.** The ** Implication** in these defamation cases harms the target even if the author did not intend to do so against the other person

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**65.** A key research ** Implication** of the results of this exploratory study is the importance and value of using traditional and established leadership approaches when pursuing new and potentially controversial venues of leadership work

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**66.** History and ** Implication** of Existentialism in Education

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**67.** SPIN selling ** Implication** questions are a tool for building implied needs into explicit needs big enough to require action

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**68.** These questions explore the larger *Implication*s, ripple effects, or consequences of a seemingly small problem, making it bigger

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**IMPLICATION** [ˌimpləˈkāSH(ə)n]

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**implication** (noun) · **implications** (plural noun)