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British English: /ɪmˈplʌɪ/
American English: /ɪmˈplaɪ/

Translation of imply in French:

transitive verb

  • 1
    (insinuate) that que
    (make known)
    laisser entendre
    that que
    he didn't mean to imply anything
    il ne voulait rien insinuer
    what are you implying?
    qu'est-ce que vous insinuez (par là)?
    he implied that they were guilty
    il a laissé entendre qu'ils étaient coupables
  • 2
    silence does not necessarily imply approval
    le silence n'implique pas nécessairement l'approbation
    to imply that (corroboratively)
    impliquer que
    (+ indic)
    impliquer que
    (+ subj)
  • 3
    (term, word)
    laisser supposer
    that que
    as their name implies…
    comme leur nom le laisse supposer…

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