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English Vocabulary - Vocabulario de inglés
Imply means 'to suggest that something is true, without saying it directly'.
Infer means 'to form an opinion that something is probably true because of other information you have'.
Imply significa 'sugerir que algo es verdad, sin decirlo directamente'.
Infer significa 'formar una opinión de que algo probablemente es verdad por otra información que posees'.
  • imply
    The evidence implied that the killer was the butler.
    The high level of radiation implies that these rocks are volcanic.
    Democracy implies a respect for individual liberties.

  • infer
    From the evidence they inferred that the killer was the butler.
    We can infer from these statistics that poverty has increased.
    You may infer a wrong conclusion if you don't have enough information.

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