|Origin:||implicatus, past participle of implicare; IMPLICATE|
suggested or understood without being stated directly [≠ explicit]
Her words contained an implicit threat.
His statement is being seen as implicit criticism of the work of research laboratories.
forming a central part of something, but without being openly stated
Confidentiality is implicit in your relationship with a counselor.
complete and containing no doubts
They had implicit faith in his powers.
They believed implicitly in their own superiority.