What does "implication" mean?

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Implication is the conclusion that can be drawn even if it is not explicitly stated. It also means a likely outcome of some thing that is done. A synonym for the word implication is involvement.
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im·pli·ca·tion
[im-pli-key-shuhn]
NOUN
1.
something implied or suggested as naturally to be inferred or understood: to resent an implication of dishonesty.
2.
the act of implying: His implication of immediate changes surprised us.
3.
the state of being implied: to know only by implication.
4.
Logic. the relation that holds between two propositions, or classes of propositions, in virtue of which one is logically deducible from the other.
5.
the act of implicating: the implication of his accomplices.
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