adjective as in implicit
You can accurately infer a lot about someone simply by knowing their ethnicity, sex, or country of origin.
This is typical of the difficulties inferring directionality.
Nor do we know how many of those 94 got the vaccine as opposed to the placebo, although experts said we can infer it’s less than 10 if the vaccine efficacy really is greater than 90 percent.
Such parallels also show up in deep nets that can look at a 2D scene and infer the underlying properties of the 3D objects within it, which helps to explain how biological perception can be both fast and incredibly rich.
If the imaging ticks the boxes for a specific degree of forest maturity, researchers could then infer insect diversity from what they know of similar forests.
Scheiber inferred that Jarrett “is the closest we have to a human decoder ring” capable of unveiling “the real Barack Obama.”
The same group of astronomers has also inferred a type of exoplanet that fits in between the rocky planets and the gas giants.
But a la the premise often inferred by Disney's Cool Runnings, can anybody do it?
Indeed, neither conclusion can be inferred even from what Issacharoff quotes Olmert saying, but never mind.
CEO seemed to have inferred that a 400-pound black woman is on welfare, despite having no proof.
I cannot understand how my brother can have inferred from my letter that the quartet had no success.
Yet it must not be inferred therefore, that he was stiffly set against all change.
It is inferred therefore that the idea has been transmitted to us through the medium of our early moralities and interludes.
And how can it be inferred from thence that we suppose a provincial Act necessary to enforce an Act of Parliament?
From Bess's tone one might have inferred that this meant extreme old age.
On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inferred, such as: complete, contained, firm, fixed, full, and implied.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.