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Synonyms for infer
ɪnˈfɜr

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. deduce, infer, deduct, derive(verb)

    reason by deduction; establish by deduction

    Synonyms:
    generalize, derive, withhold, subtract, gain, take off, extrapolate, generalise, guess, deduct, descend, come, educe, understand, recoup, deduce

  2. generalize, generalise, extrapolate, infer(verb)

    draw from specific cases for more general cases

    Synonyms:
    deduct, extrapolate, generalise, guess, vulgarise, popularise, understand, deduce, derive, vulgarize, interpolate, generalize, popularize

  3. deduce, infer(verb)

    conclude by reasoning; in logic

    Synonyms:
    deduct, deduce, extrapolate, generalise, guess, derive, understand, generalize

  4. guess, infer(verb)

    guess correctly; solve by guessing

    "He guessed the right number of beans in the jar and won the prize"

    Synonyms:
    pretend, deduct, derive, imagine, opine, generalise, gauge, extrapolate, generalize, reckon, suppose, venture, estimate, hazard, think, understand, approximate, guess, judge, deduce

  5. understand, infer(verb)

    believe to be the case

    "I understand you have no previous experience?"

    Synonyms:
    generalize, derive, realise, generalise, sympathise, extrapolate, empathize, interpret, sympathize, translate, deduct, empathise, read, guess, realize, deduce, see, understand

Wiktionary

  1. infer(verb)

    Synonyms:
    deduce, assume, conclude

  2. infer(verb)

    To introduce (a subject) in speaking, writing etc.; to bring in.

    Synonyms:
    conclude, assume, deduce

  3. infer(verb)

    To introduce (something) as a reasoned conclusion; to conclude by reasoning or deduction, as from premises or evidence.

    Synonyms:
    deduce, conclude, assume

  4. infer(verb)

    To draw a conclusion or inference by reasoning.

    Synonyms:
    deduce, assume, conclude

  5. infer(verb)

    To lead to (something) as a consequence; to imply. (Now often considered incorrect, especially with a person as subject.)

    Synonyms:
    deduce, assume, conclude

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. infer

    Synonyms:
    gather, collect, conclude, derive, deduce, argue

    Antonyms:
    state, enunciate, propound, anticipate, prognosticate, conjecture, assume, guess

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. infer(v. a.)

    Synonyms:
    deduce, conclude, collect, gather, consider probable

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. infer(v)

    Synonyms:
    deduce, imply, gather

PPDB, the paraphrase database

  1. List of paraphrases for "infer":

    deduct, deduce, conclude

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How to use infer in a sentence?

  1. Foreign Minister Reynders:

    You shouldn't always look somewhere else for reasons for what you're going through at home. We are tackling head on what is happening in some of our boroughs, when you have 130 dead in one city, it means something's gone wrong. It's a mistake, I think, to infer from that that what went wrong went wrong only abroad.

  2. Ian Brodie:

    Hes smiling all the time. Hes got terrific dimples and sometimes people infer from that hes not serious, which is not true. nobody is expecting him to be the international leader of progressive forces, or anything else for that matter.

  3. Steve Scalise:

    One of the many groups that I spoke to regarding this critical legislation was a group whose views I wholeheartedly condemn, i am very disappointed that anyone would try to infer otherwise for political gain.

  4. Scott Sullivan:

    You really can not infer that just because the vaginal doesn't work, the oral also doesn't work.

  5. Heidi Hammel:

    By monitoring auroral activity on exoplanets, we may be able to infer the presence of water on or within an exoplanet, now, it's not going to be easy — it's not as easy as Ganymede and Jupiter, and that wasn't easy. It may require a much larger telescope than Hubble, it may require some future space telescope, but nevertheless, it's a tool now that we didn't have prior to this work that Joachim and his team have done.

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Translations for infer

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  • usoudit, dopadnout, vyvoditCzech
  • schlussfolgern, schließenGerman
  • συμπεραίνω, υπονοώ, υπαινίσσομαιGreek
  • inferir, argüirSpanish
  • déduireFrench
  • तर्क करनाHindi
  • kikövetkeztet, dedukálHungarian
  • ályktaIcelandic
  • dedurre, concludere, inferire, infliggere, implicareItalian
  • 推論Japanese
  • coniectoLatin
  • hīkaroMāori
  • concluderenDutch
  • anta, tenke, utlede, konkludere, slutte, spekulereNorwegian
  • wnioskować, dedukowaćPolish
  • motiva, deduce, concluziona, infera, conchideRomanian
  • заключить, [[делать]] [[вывод]], заключать, [[сделать]] [[вывод]]Russian
  • sluta sig tillSwedish
  • anlamına gelmek, manasına gelmek, anlam çıkarmak, anlamak, mana çıkarmak, sonucunu çıkarmakTurkish
  • 推断Chinese

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