Meaning of IMPLICATION in English

IMPLICATION

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

far-reaching implications/impact/effects

Tourism has had far-reaching effects on the island’s culture.

practical implications

He was well aware of the practical implications of his theory.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

clear

This will have clear implications for voting patterns at local and national elections.

The president himself claimed not to be involved and refused to call Carville off, leaving the clear implication of approval.

This has clear implications in practice.

But he did leave jurors with the clear implication that something was very wrong.

There are clear implications here for teachers.

The clear implication is that there is one universal sign language.

The clear implication of this is that a fully autonomous civilian economy may not exist.

The clear implication is that no machine is capable of doing the job.

economic

What were the social and economic implications of the slow down in population growth?

The environmental and economic implications have far overtaken the engineering.

The fact of production and the images presented have strong economic implications for the film and television industry and the ordinary citizen.

Both the economic and political implications of exchange rates are great.

But medical advance not only enhances clinical capability, it carries with it profound ethical, legal, social and economic implications .

Eventually this is bound to have enormous cultural, political, and economic implications .

There would also be economic implications to reform of the mental-health system.

There is an enormous cost in terms of both human tragedy and the economic implications , through days lost through sickness and ill health.

financial

Coupled with the financial implications if carers decided they could no longer shoulder this burden the case for supporting respite care becomes overwhelming.

A public service agency spends so much time studying the financial implications of a project that cost overruns are virtually guaranteed.

Teenagers are said to be especially sensitive to the financial implications and aware of their own lack of power in the matter.

The impact of inflation and high interest rates has focused increased attention on the financial implications of nearly all business decisions.

And the company will still be paying rent on such space, so there are financial implications as well.

This chapter will draw attention to some of the more obvious financial and administrative implications of the social services.

The case for setting out financial implications is obvious in a situation in which the school budget is controlled by the governors.

Two years later, the selected strategy and its financial implications have proved themselves with little need for modification.

full

The full implications of this convergence between state socialism and nationalism only became apparent after war broke out in 1914.

Also at this time, the full implications of all the decisions made about color became visible.

He pointed out its full implications in the Sermon on the Mount and elsewhere.

Consequences and benefits include the full range of implications from opportunity to threat.

It was in the mid 1840s that the full implications of the potential for the new transport system sank in.

Not until the 1 970s were the full implications of this realized.

The Cadbury report is a masterpiece of brevity, but its full scope and implications are just beginning to be realised.

However the research has been of variable quality, there are conflicting findings, and the full implications for practice remain unclear.

important

More importantly, by castigating conductive education he obscures some very important implications that the method has for the West.

Minimizing the investment in net working capital has important implications for the sales and profitability of the firm.

This has important implications for the future role of the archivist.

Depreciation is a major expense for most businesses, and the treatment of this expense can have important tax implications .

For the Cherrill family, the research could have important implications .

The concept of disease emergence has important implications for each of these.

There are important social implications of such knowledge.

Choice also has important implications for students.

legal

But at the moment Thamesdown Borough Council isn't acting on that advice ... because its worried about the legal implications .

Northern California golf clubs increasingly are joining the plastic-spikes-only bandwagon, but the legal implications are not lost on some.

It was clear that the wife was never in a position fully to understand the legal implication of documents.

The special nature of computer software and the fact that software is usually acquired by means of a licence have several legal implications .

The legal implications of these events are of the utmost significance.

In the area of planning and scheduling there are unlikely to be any legal implications either. 30.

Ask your doctor or travel agent, as this may have legal implications .

Apart from the physical aspects, if premises are held on a lease there are legal implications , too.

major

One of the major implications was extreme overcrowding of the local population in terms of their usually extensive farming systems.

This produces a major change in implications , as we will now show.

Another crucial planning innovation, with major implications for the provision of public housing, was the New Towns Act of 1946.

The concept of adaptation has major implications for educational practice and will be discussed further.

Furthermore, since social change is constituted partly by active individuals, such understandings must have major implications in terms of understanding social change.

The research is expected to have major implications for application of Decision Analysis, a widely used management decision aid.

None of the major implications derived from the simple model would be affected by the introduction of these mechanisms.

This has major implications for those who develop and provide services.

moral

Here we can examine further some of the moral implications of belief in the interrelation of life in all its forms.

They behave in certain ways, and there are moral implications to it.

There are moral and political implications that follow on such a stance.

But what are their moral implications , if any?

But if I understand the logic of supplementarity correctly, its moral implications are quite different.

obvious

This has obvious implications for making floating current measurements in high voltage distribution systems.

The regulations have obvious implications for G1S work, as illustrated below.

This therefore appears to be a very fruitful area for research, with obvious implications for individuals and for the organization.

An obvious implication is that complaints do not always merit action, even when they are well-founded.

Its aim may be the advancement of knowledge and understanding, without obvious practical implications .

The most obvious practical implication of strokes is that we need to help people achieve their stroke quotas.

The obvious implication is that many asylum seekers may miss the deadline and lose the chance to appeal.

Since many of their findings have obvious cross-cultural implications , there is a clear challenge here to anthropologists.

political

But what of the political implications of all these developments?

Although the question is medical, many fear that the answer has frighteningly political implications .

Whether versions of destruction are to take place within or without the industrial enterprise, the political implications are obvious.

The scientific, political and religious implications would be profound.

The club deny they're being sexist, but regret the political implications .

It has social and political implications .

In particular, pupils do not learn of the social and political implications of scientific discoveries.

What then are some political implications of postmodernism conceived perse as cultural de-differentiation?

possible

The second aspect which can be noted is the reluctance of government sometimes to appreciate or accept possible resource implications .

During January the Committee considered the meaning of the Resolution and its possible implications .

The widest possible implications must be considered when either sanctioning or preventing the application of a new biological process.

Thinking about it and its possible implications , he drifted into a fitful doze, a gentle smile on his face.

The possible functional implications of these observations are considered below.

So you need to be well aware of the possible implications of continued resistance.

The possible implications of these results on the mutant strain phenotype are discussed.

practical

These purely doctrinal responses were, however, of lesser importance than one practical implication of Luxemburgism.

It also has practical implications for social policy.

Often this arises from the absence of any realistic concept of the practical implications of retirement.

The test not only has directly practical implications in the diagnosis of disease.

Understanding women's concerns about health has practical implications for the development of health and social policy.

The practical implications of these matters are very real and may escape some of us microwave aces, for example.

And this of course brings us back to the practical and philosophical implications of the unstable text. 13.3.

We considered the practical implications of our findings, and the potential contradictions faced by both parents and health professionals.

profound

This will have profound implications for established roles and relationships, and the development of people with talent to fill the roles.

This has profound implications for our understanding of the evolution of sexually monomorphic ornaments in many other bird species.

This has profound implications for our relationship, which should mirror that of Gods; caring and nurturing love for us.

The report, which has profound implications for water managers, gives a detailed review of 1992.

The profound implications for pupils' relationships with their families and communities should be recognised.

This observation of Freud's has profound implications for the way in which psychoanalytic theory about groups and societies is built up.

The use of pupil-managed learning has profound implications for the more effective deployment of skilled resources.

The above design conclusions have profound implications for the construction details of my chair.

serious

This had serious implications for the ultimate fate of massive stars.

However, removing the stem cells kills the embryo, and therefore has serious ethical implications .

The allegations of sleaze against the couple have serious implications for President Jacques Chirac's chances of being re-elected in 2002.

Second, the solution they sought had serious implications for civil liberties since sections would effectively deprive individuals of their liberty.

There are not, therefore, likely to be serious implications or legal aspects in this area.

However, both the lack of growth and the failure to reverse the decline in work opportunities also carry serious political implications .

There have been a number of occasions when defects in software have had very serious implications .

Business had not been consulted on the measures proposed, which had serious practical implications for companies with business overseas.

significant

However, there could be significant implications for the cost / value calculations made by potential developers.

As we see with King Lear, a small change in a speech heading can have significant implications for interpretation.

social

What were the social and economic implications of the slow down in population growth?

Children often did not or could not understand the physical or social implications of their conditions.

It follows that policies for rural housing do not consider the social implications which might result from their implementation.

It has social and political implications .

But medical advance not only enhances clinical capability, it carries with it profound ethical, legal, social and economic implications .

There are important social implications of such knowledge.

The project, Ecoforest 2000, was abandoned because of controversy over its social and environmental implications .

In particular, pupils do not learn of the social and political implications of scientific discoveries.

wide

The action is likely to have wide implications .

Again, the seemingly trivial was to have wide implications .

Rakovsky forced himself to be calm, to consider the wider implications .

But this development has wider implications .

Even so, Sir Matthew admitted that the wider implications of the weak housing market on the industry were hard to quantify.

Finally, we will address the wider implications of our reflections on the research process.

Churchill himself was interested not only in this but also in the wider implications of nuclear developments in the 1950s.

The widest possible implications must be considered when either sanctioning or preventing the application of a new biological process.

■ NOUN

policy

In fact, Hayzen's policy implications may not be quite so relevant as they may at first seem.

The Berlin Wall theory has policy implications .

However, the match between theoretical school and policy implication is by no means exact.

The rest of this chapter is concerned with the description and policy implications of some of these aspects.

Political Pluralism and the Media Media analysis often arouses controversy, not just about the findings themselves but about their policy implications .

We explain these policy implications in this chapter.

Deflationary gap Gap analysis is a simple way of describing the main policy implications of the Keynesian theory.

The policy implications of this review of the health justification for public subsidy of sport are complex.

resource

The resource implications of a meaningful software acquisition programme are formidable.

The new curricular teaching and examinations are very labour intensive and have considerable resource implications .

The second aspect which can be noted is the reluctance of government sometimes to appreciate or accept possible resource implications .

If such integration were the aim, it would immediately have enormous resource implications in an already impoverished education system.

Again the resource implications are potentially enormous.

A quarter were concerned about the resource implication of placements.

It should provide the basis for costing alternative courses of action so that the resource implications of decisions can be assessed.

That is the story of the resource implications of care in the community.

■ VERB

carry

This position carries direct implications for the study of attitudes.

It carries huge implications for the shape of the armed services and huge stakes for U.S. foreign policy.

This line carries two compelling implications .

There are also considerable differences between the sexes in typical speech styles, which carry implications for assessment.

Our novel observations are provocative and carry enormous public health implications .

However, both the lack of growth and the failure to reverse the decline in work opportunities also carry serious political implications .

Important policy changes will invariably carry revenue and expenditure implications and Congress jealously guards its constitutional rights in such matters.

consider

I will briefly outline the nature of this reaction, and then consider its implications for classical criminology.

Any organization looking to send a message by way of systematic high turnover should consider the grave implications of this cold-blooded approach.

It follows that policies for rural housing do not consider the social implications which might result from their implementation.

We will consider the implications of the failure of this assumption later in the section.

Rakovsky forced himself to be calm, to consider the wider implications .

It seems that on receipt of the documents, potential competitors were able to consider the implications and appreciate the pit-falls.

Einstein next considered the implications of the equivalence principle for motion in free fall, that is to say motion under gravitational forces alone.

Then we consider again the equity implications of taxation.

discuss

Several of the issues discussed have implications for the manufacturing sector.

Throughout 1992 meetings were held across the country for representatives of industry and colleges to discuss the implications of the new framework.

Considering the two versions of King Lear, Andrew Gurr discusses the implications posed by the two endings of the play.

Afterwards John Lawrence and I discussed the implications of what had happened.

I shall discuss the implications of the dependency ratio for the construction of family obligations in more detail in chapter 3.

This chapter will therefore also discuss the implication of alternative strategies of education planning.

Are we discussing implications of 192 with our neighbouring areas?

This usually takes 10-20 minutes and involves discussing the broader implications of the medical plan.

draw

Thus, Moscovici is able to draw universal implications about social psychological functioning.

The universality of social representations is also expressed when theorists draw general implications for the discipline of social psychology.

examine

The project will look at recreational drug use and examine the implications for agencies working with young people.

Finally, we examine the efficiency implications of taxation.

It will examine the implications for self reliant development.

This paper is addressed to examining the implications of this technological innovation.

The project aims to examine the implications of this state of affairs for macroeconomic activity.

Once again, however, the ability of politicians and economists to conceptualise well outran their inclination to examine and analyse practical implications .

A study is being conducted in two rural areas to examine the implications of these changes.

understand

The ability to understand the policy implications of research projects is a must.

Not fully understanding all the implications of our warrant, they feared having their good name too closely associated with it.

It was clear that the wife was never in a position fully to understand the legal implication of documents.

President Clinton, whose every brain cell is employed in calculation of political numerology, understood the implications .

It is helpful for the purchaser and the vendors to understand the implications of both joint liability and several liability.

I quite understand that this implication has caused offence or distress to some people, for which I apologise.

They may not know what is in these documents; even those who do may not understand the implications of the proposals.

I sensed, without understanding the implications , that he had areas of being upon which I was forbidden to encroach.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

He didn't actually accuse me of stealing, but that was the implication .

Staff members were asked to work on Sundays, with the implication that they would lose their jobs if they refused.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Equally clearly, it would have considerable implications for the staffing and structure of finance departments.

First, he is keenly aware of the assumptions and implications of the work of both Guthrie and Linforth.

It will be seen that various analyses proposed have both pre- and post-investment implications.

Such decisions may have substantial implications for individual and social welfare and the allocation of scarce resources.

The implication is that cholesteryl esters may play an important role in the pathogenesis of alcohol induced pancreatic injury.

The implications of such reluctance extend beyond the teenage years.

The project, Ecoforest 2000, was abandoned because of controversy over its social and environmental implications.

This has important implications for any school-to-work system.

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