Third-person singular simple present indicative form of imply.(verb)
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Use "implies" in a sentence
"The term implies something less than the ideal outcome of a war: reservation, equivocation, ambiguity, limitation—substitutes for victory."
"The term implies that when times get tough, non-Japanese simply run away."
"Women who work in Japanese companies are called, with few exceptions, office ladies and the term implies that even though many of them have degrees from reputable universities, their roles are limited: they make copies, they clean the kitchen, they pour tea."