English to Esperanto Meaning :: tacit

Tacit :
tácito
- tácitotácitoimplicetacitness
 
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Adjective(1) implied by or inferred from actions or statements

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(1) His continued tacit approval of the coalition is essential to its success.(2) What goes on in these nations therefore occurs with tacit approval of Western nations.(3) There is tacit recognition of this fact within government circles.(4) No regime can rule by force alone - they usually rule by consent, whether tacit or explicit.(5) Even in conservative Hong Kong, there was a sense of tacit support and envy.(6) The tacit admission reinforces the grimmest lesson of the American atrocities.(7) It was a tacit condoning of torture, brutality and summary execution.(8) The informal system consists largely in tacit agreements and understandings.(9) The tacit understanding is that whatever else happens inside is a matter between consenting adults.(10) Such rituals enable people to conduct business via tacit understandings.(11) We agree to pay based on the tacit agreement that other necessities remain reasonable.(12) The Promotion of Volunteering Bill has even gained the tacit support of the government.(13) It is submitted that this represented no more than a tacit understanding between staff members.(14) Part of the tacit deal, on the evidence of yesterday's speech, is that he goes soft on Labour.(15) The two main parties have become a cartel, operating a tacit understanding not to broach any important issue.(16) At a recent meeting, the Minister indicated his tacit support for such a model.
Related Words
(1) tacit agreement ::
neesprimita interkonsento
(2) tacit consent ::
tácito konsento
Synonyms
Adjective
1. implicit ::
implicita
2. understood ::
komprenita
6. unspoken ::
unspoken
7. unstated ::
nedeklarita
8. unsaid ::
unsaid
9. unexpressed ::
unexpressed
10. unvoiced ::
senvoĉaj
11. taken for granted ::
memkompreneble
12. taken as read ::
prenita kiel legitaj
Antonyms
1. explicit ::
eksplicita
2. express ::
esprimi
3. spoken ::
parolata
4. stated ::
deklaris
5. voiced ::
voĉaj
Different Forms
tacit, tacitly, tacitness
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