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implicit
as in:  I trust her implicitly.


Her team has implicit confidence in her decisions.
  complete (without any doubts)
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implicit implicitly implicitness
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All the meanings of implicit could be summarized as meaning that things go together without question. In this case, we are typically saying that we have unquestioned faith/trust/confidence or whatever (call it B)  in someone or something (call her/him/it A). When we are considering "A", we automatically assume "B".
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Samples:
  • Her team has implicit confidence in her decisions.
  • I trust her implicitly.
  • I have implicit trust in my parents.
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Associated words [difficulty]:   implicit [5]
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Most commonly used in these subjects:   Logic & Reasoning, Public Policy & Politics, Business, Human Behavior
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