implicit (s):
being without doubt or reserve
implicit trust
implicit (a):
implied though not directly expressed; inherent in the nature of something
an implicit agreement not to raise the subject.
there was implicit criticism in his voice.
anger was implicit in the argument.
the oak is implicit in the acorn

Related Words: inexplicit
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Like father, like son, like mother, like daughter

Armut dibine düşer.
used to describe a child's behavior when he or she acts like the father or mother

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