Asked by Andy Blackwell in Uncategorized
What does the story 'without seeing the dawn' by stevan javellana imply?
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Asked in Relationships, Dating, Friendship
What does it mean to be 'seeing' someone in terms of a relationship?
Seeing Here is input: Seeing = dating a particular person, going out to dinner, movies. It may or may not be serious; it doesn't imply an actual relationship, unless both people have agreed to it. It is similar to dating but with out the attachments of exclusiveness and its a more laid back relationship.
How would you use imply in a sentence?
She knows how to imply that someone is stupid or arrogant with a witty retort, instead of stating it outright, which allows her the satisfaction of telling people off, without the social repercussions. I didn't mean to imply that you were stupid, but merely arrogant, pretentious and boorish. Her statement, as phrased, seems to imply that she feels she bears no responsibility whatsoever for his death. I was very hurt that he would imply that I was showing off, especially since we had been getting on so well and I thought he really liked me. I will imply that he can not hurt me.
Asked in Copyright Law
Can you use a sketch or drawing of a celebrity on a product without their permission?
Asked in English Language, Present Tenses
Is it correct to write does it imply or does it implies?
Asked in Grammar, Sentence and Word Structure
What is the meaning of imply but the stress is on the second syllable?
The stress is always on the second syllable of "imply". It means to suggest without stating directly. Sometimes people confuse "imply" and "infer", which means "deduce" and also has its second syllable stressed. When one person implies something by an indirect statement, someone who understands what was implied infers that meaning.
What do you do when you make an inference?
Infer and imply... These two words, which originally had quite distinct meanings, have become so blended together that most people no longer distinguish between them. Use "imply" when something is being suggested without being explicitly stated and "infer" when someone is trying to arrive at a conclusion based on evidence. "Imply" is more assertive, active: I imply that you need to revise your paper; and, based on my hints, you infer that I didn't think highly of your first draft.