Q: What are the implications? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: You use this phrase to show that you want to discuss your options.

If you are playing chess you could say this to find out if your move causes you trouble later in the game.
If you are asking the implications of studying English, they are that it will take a lot of time but be very useful for jobs.
Q: implications ? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: implication is a result or consequence. It comes from the verb to imply. It basically means something that happens as a result of something else. It's often (but not always) used in a negative way. For example, the implications for not doing homework are detention and being grounded by your parents.
Q: implication (in blue box) とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Here it means involvement


Q: He finally understood the implication of what she has said. 為什麼是has said 而不是 had said? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: 用had said是"grammaticlaly correct"的,因为主句是过去时,而句意上从句表达的发生在主句所表达的之前,所以要用过去完成时而不是现在完成时。所以这句话严格上是不正确的。但日常使用中过去完成时很少使用,so doesn't really matter in colloquial use.
Q: It could have far reaching implications.

I want to know example of 'could' or 'would'. を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: implication を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I resent the implication!

The criminal was implicated in the burglary
Q: have implication for を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: implication を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: His consent implication to leave.


Q: implication と consequence はどう違いますか?
A: A consequence is something that happens because of something else.

An Implication is a suggestion that something has happened.

Hope this helps
Q: implication と hint はどう違いますか?
A: Implication means that there's an assumed meaning to one's words, not necessarily as intended by the speaker.
"You implied that you didn't want to talk to me anymore."
"The implication here is that you should buy her flowers."

Hint can be similar, but I think it sounds a bit more deliberate. It can also mean other things, like a small amount, or a clue about how to figure something out.
"He hinted that he wanted some ice cream."
"The scent of freshly baked bread, with a hint of garlic."
"I don't know the solution to this puzzle. Can I get a hint?"
Q: implication と connotation はどう違いますか?
A: An implication is something that can be concluded without it being stated. Connotation on the other hand is the idea or feeling a word would make.
For example, the word "coax" and "tempt" mean the same thing, but "coax" has a more innocent connotation than the word "tempt", partially due to the word's religious background.


Q: what does it mean by “what are the implications...” ? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: What does it imply? What is it trying to say without saying it directly?


Q: "You always make it so black-and-white. But it's not. It's green."
I see black-and-white, but what is the implication for green.
Thank you in advance.
A: "Green" can be something related to money, or something related to ecology. These are the only two things that come mind immediately.
Q: a quirky implication of Einstein's 1916 theory of gravity

i dono whether it means "theory of gravity" or "implication of gravity"
A: "A [quirky implication of [Einstein's 1916 theory of gravity]]."
Q: What is the implication of "the town" in this sentence?:

"The town is under court order to fix the problem."

I have seen this as an example in :

Does it refere to London? Or to the officials of the town? ...?
A: It refers to the local government of the town.
Q: It is important to realize the implications of using fertilizers and machines in food production, as it can provide plants with enough minerals and improve productivity. Fertilizers contain a range of essential components which can ensure the growing speed of plants, and it is particularly important for some infertile farmland where basic minerals are insufficient. The use of tractors has freed farmer workers from repetitive manual works such as ploughing, and farmers can manipulate machines to harvest thousands of hectares of farmland.
A: I would change, "has freed farmer workers from repetitive manual labour works such as ploughing..." to "The use of modern farm machinery has removed the necessity of performing arduous manual labours such as ploughing. Due to the drastically increased efficiency, thousands of hectares are now able to be planted and harvested every year on one farm alone."
Q: What does "implications " in 466 mean?
A: To imply something is to suggest something with actions or while saying something else