Definition of implicatively in English:

implicatively

adverb

  • See implicate

    • ‘That nuclear radiation, due directly or indirectly to human action, is implicatively one with the core explosion.’
    • ‘Its symbol mark is a visual image implicatively expressing its idea and goal and is the most important element and the core of all visual information systems.’
    • ‘A thick concept always possesses not only a syndrome of meanings in its semantic sphere, but also a philosophical grammar implicatively defining the philosophical relations of all the meanings involved.’
    • ‘Thus the reader approaches the historical reality implicatively through the protagonists’ subjective impressions that are presented in the various layers of their individual memories and life experiences.’
    • ‘According to meta-semiotics and meta-cybernetics generic human and human gender implicatively prescribe the development of social institutes.’

Pronunciation

implicatively

/ɪmˈplɪkətɪvli/