- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of infer.
“Crawford said that although the title infers it is for women only, men also attend the conference each year.”
“If happiness was in fact a genetic trait as the title infers - then obviously it would be inherited if you had it.”
“Hybrid cloudA hybrid cloud, as the name infers, is a cloud capability that joins either on-premise infrastructure to private or public clouds, or clouds to each other, to provide a customer with a bespoke environment to meet their specific operational needs.”
“This term infers a seemingly benign and improved means for eliciting information.”
“haha the title infers that Zhang Ziyi quit as soon as she heard Hugh was on board”
“ID by the way infers from the physical to the cause, not from putative events to life.”
“I think I tend to feel a little sore when someone infers from a couple of paragraphs giving an insight into an hour of my day that I am (insert random negative word here).”
“So the word infers; for we are not said to believe dia Christou,”
“Who has not heard of Port Meadow -- the town's meadow, as the name infers?”
“The apostle concludes the chapter with exhortations to proper duty, which he infers from the foregoing discourse.”
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