Meaning of IMPLY in English
[verb] [T] - to communicate (an idea or feeling) without saying it directly, or (formal) to involve (something) or make it necessaryHe said he only had time for a couple of pints, implying that he normally drank more. [+ that clause]I'm not implying anything about your cooking, but could we eat out tonight?(formal) Socialism implies equality.
Cambridge English vocab. Кембриджский английский словарь. 2012