How to Pronounce imply?

Correct pronunciation for the word "imply" is [ɪmplˈa͡ɪ], [ɪmplˈa‍ɪ], [ɪ_m_p_l_ˈaɪ].

What are the misspellings for imply?

"Imply" in context

The verb imply means to suggest or hint at something without explicitly stating it. For example, if someone says "I'm not hungry" it implies that they do not want to eat. Implication can be used in written or spoken language and is a very powerful tool because it can be used to make subtle points without saying something directly. For example, if someone says "I think you need to attend more classes" they are implying that the other person has not been attending classes which could mean they are having trouble with their studies. Implication can also be used to hint or suggest something without making it an outright accusation.

What are similar-sounding words for imply?

Usage over time for imply:

This graph shows how "imply" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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