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Definition of "inferred" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of infer. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "inferred" in a sentence
  • "This document uses the term "inferred mineral resources"."
  • "For the BBC to allow Phorm to profile their users activities, the BBC will be allowing Phorm unprecedented access not only to web behaviour but also to viewing habits (via iPlayer usage), political and religious opinion (via news) and a whole host of other sensitive data which can be inferred from the BBC services the general public choose to use on a day to day basis."
  • "Pretty much everything you wrote is an extended non-sequitur about my abilities, and things you wish someone had written into the Constitution (but did not) and that you've inferred from the Constitution, even though the inferences aren't supported by any facts."