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Definition of Explicitly

Explicitly
Explicitly Ex*plic"it*ly, adv. In an explicit manner; clearly; plainly; without disguise or reservation of meaning; not by inference or implication; as, he explicitly avows his intention.

Meaning of Explicitly from wikipedia

- Explicit memory (or declarative memory) is one of the two main types of long-term human memory, the other of which is implicit memory. Explicit memory...
- Explicit Content may refer to: Parental Advisory, warning label used by the music industry Explicit Content (song), 2019 song by Hong Kong singer-songwriter...
- An explicit cost is a direct payment made to others in the course of running a business, such as wage, rent and materials, as opposed to implicit costs...
- Look up explicit in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Explicit refers to something that is specific, clear, or detailed. It can also mean: Explicit knowledge...
- Explicit formula can refer to: Closed-form expression, a mathematical expression in terms of a finite number of well-known functions Analytical expression...
- Explicit knowledge (also expressive knowledge) is knowledge that can be readily articulated, codified, stored and accessed. It can be expressed in formal...
- The explicit (from Latin explicitus est, "it is unrolled", as applied to scrolls) of a text or do****ent is either a final note indicating the end of the...
- Explicit Ills is a 2008 American film, written and directed by Mark Webber in his directorial debut. The film features four interconnected stories taking...
- In computer programming, explicit parallelism is the representation of concurrent com****tions by means of primitives in the form of special-purpose directives...
- one is treated explicitly and the other implicitly. For usual applications the implicit term is chosen to be linear while the explicit term can be nonlinear...