Average French or Latin; the tacits of the centre of Franconia, of the Latin implicitly soilent, of the participatory past of tacére; The same sense of exclusion feeds the current distrust of the police and the tacit acceptance of the violence that fuels the current unrest. Management tacitly approved the plan. An example of tacit is a boy who has his father`s consent to do something, even if they never talked about it. For many years, there was an almost tacit consensus that people only needed more training where computers were involved. He kept his unspoken knowledge away from investigators. Britannica English: Tacit translation for the Arab spokesman Meese, with the tacit tolerance of other senior officials, had waited for a version of events all to hold. See the full definition of the English Language Learners Dictionary At the same time, he would do everything in his power to work Gorry in, under the tacit understanding that nothing would be done for nothing. It was an unspoken assumption; However, this is all the information already known. She had nodded to Andor, but with her tacit consent they had not shaken hands.
These examples are automatically selected from different sources of online messages to reflect the current use of the word tacit. The opinions expressed in the examples do not reflect the views of Merriam-Webster or its publishers. Send us comments. Moreover, Andrew knew that all his behavior was a tacit admission that she was condescending to give him his hand. Dean began to express serious reservations about the trip and his tacit agreement with it, now that it was a reality. When you resign, there is a tacit admission of guilt where there is none. The five-page document, which has the tacit support of Senate GOP leaders, represents a remarkable change for the party. She felt justice to the heart, and yet she was cold and hurt by the tacit condemnation of her child. He gave his tacit consent in letters to the media. “We went far,” she says, tacitly admitting that she could not refute her theses.
At the same time, this emphasis on pragmatism is an unspoken recognition of the president.