comments seen as implicit criticism of the policies
Essentially or very closely connected with; always to be found in
the values implicit in the school ethos
With no qualification or question; absolute
an implicit faith in God
(of a function) Not expressed directly in terms of independent variables
implied though not directly expressed; inherent in the nature of something; "an implicit agreement not to raise the subject"; "there was implicit criticism in his voice"; "anger was implicit in the argument"; "the oak is implicit in the acorn"
being without doubt or reserve; "implicit trust"
(implicitly) without doubting or questioning; "I implicitly trust him"
Implied indirectly, without being directly expressed; Contained in the essential nature of something but not openly shown; Having no reservations or doubts; unquestioning or unconditional; usually said of faith or trust; entangled, twisted together
method of identifying positions by a place in an array of values.
means "indirectly, with some parts understood": They implicitly agreed to never talk on the subject again.
A Scala keyword used to mark a method or function value as eligible for use as an implicit type conversion. The keyword is also used to mark an implicit argument.
The word “implicit” comes from a Latin verb (implicare) that means to infold. (The prefix, “in--,” means “in,” and the root, “plicare,” means “to fold.” The metaphorical implication is that the meaning is folded within the writings and covered up. ...
suggested or to be understood though not plainly expressed (Webster's NewWorld Dictionary).
Literally means inherently contained. In relationship to the present study, it means a concept contained in an action or intention in such a way that, even though not consciously considered or intended, it influences the performance of the act through its effect upon the will.
Implied by context, or the rules of a computer language, but not stated. In the following example, EMPLOYEE-DATA has an implicit (implied but not stated) picture of PIC X(20). See also explicit.
also known as tacit, knowledge resides in people's heads and is not easily written down. It is what we learn through cultural immersion, storytelling, and personal experience. Teachers often draw the most valuable lessons in training programs from real-life classroom stories of peers or mentors. ...
(1) SUBTLE, where the second sign is DH [B], PO down, moves > NDS across NDH [B], PO up, while touching it. (2) DIRECT, DON'T-MEAN-TO-SAY. (3)  starts to move towards the palm of [B], PO away, FO up, but instead goes around the thumb and touches the backhand.
Implied or suggested without being clearly stated. Some critics of DSM-IV-TR maintain that its contributors based the criteria sets for certain disorders on an implicit notion of a mentally healthy human being.
suggested or understood without being directly stated. To imply is to suggest rather than to state. An incident can imply an idea that would otherwise have to be stated.
Meanings which might not be said in the text, but may be understood by the reader; implied.
an unstated purpose that is nonetheless very clear
adj. ~ implied, but not expressed directly; not explicit
required close collaboration between the various departments.