• implied: adj. 含蓄的,隱含的,不言而喻的,言外的 (opp. expressed)。 an implied consent 默許。adv. -ly
  • or: or2,〈古、詩〉在…之前,比…更早〈普通用or ever, or e'er〉。n. 【徽章】黑金色,黑色。


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