Detailed Translations for imply from English to French


to imply verb (implies, implied, implying)

  1. to imply (implicate)
    • impliquer verb (implique, impliques, impliquons, impliquez, )
  2. to imply (point to; indicate; signify; suggest; stand for)
    signifier; vouloir dire; signaler quelque chose
    • signifier verb (signifie, signifies, signifions, signifiez, )

Conjugations for imply:

  1. imply
  2. imply
  3. implies
  4. imply
  5. imply
  6. imply
simple past
  1. implied
  2. implied
  3. implied
  4. implied
  5. implied
  6. implied
present perfect
  1. have implied
  2. have implied
  3. has implied
  4. have implied
  5. have implied
  6. have implied
past continuous
  1. was implying
  2. were implying
  3. was implying
  4. were implying
  5. were implying
  6. were implying
  1. shall imply
  2. will imply
  3. will imply
  4. shall imply
  5. will imply
  6. will imply
continuous present
  1. am implying
  2. are implying
  3. is implying
  4. are implying
  5. are implying
  6. are implying
  1. be implied
  2. be implied
  3. be implied
  4. be implied
  5. be implied
  6. be implied
  1. imply!
  2. let's imply!
  3. implied
  4. implying
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for imply:

VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
impliquer implicate; imply contain; include
signaler quelque chose imply; indicate; point to; signify; stand for; suggest
signifier imply; indicate; point to; signify; stand for; suggest coming down; mean; signify; want to say
vouloir dire imply; indicate; point to; signify; stand for; suggest aim at; coming down; mean; want to say
- connote; entail; incriminate; inculpate; involve; mean

Related Words for "imply":

  • implying, implication

Synonyms for "imply":

Related Definitions for "imply":

  1. express or state indirectly1
  2. suggest as a logically necessary consequence; in logic1
  3. have as a logical consequence1
  4. have as a necessary feature1
  5. suggest that someone is guilty1

Wiktionary Translations for imply:

  1. to express suggestively rather than as a direct statement
  2. to suggest by a logical inference
  3. to have as a consequence
  1. envelopper, engager, en parlant d’un crime ou de quelque affaire fâcheux.
  2. insinuer, dire quelque chose pour faire connaître ou seulement pour faire croire.
  3. Notifier, déclarer, faire connaître quelque chose
  4. laisser entendre une chose sans l’exprimer.

Cross Translation:
imply impliquer impliceren — stilzwijgend ten gevolge hebben
imply impliquer implizierenin einer Aussage: mit aussagen/ einschließen, ohne es ausdrücklich auszusprechen