Translation of explicit in Spanish:

explicit

Pronunciation: /ɪkˈsplɪsət; ɪkˈsplɪsɪt/

adj

  • [instructions/statement] explícito; [denial/refutation] categórico, rotundo sexually explicit sexualmente explícito she was quite explicit on this point fue muy explícita or categórica en cuanto a ese punto he described it in explicit detail lo describió muy gráficamente
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    • To ensure consistency, several definitions were made explicit before data entry began.
    • The methodologies employed are not only made explicit, but discussed in some detail, albeit at times anecdotally.
    • At least one has even made explicit reference to the use of nuclear bombs, albeit as a retaliatory measure.

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