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inferring

[ in-fur-ing ]
/ ɪnˈfɜr ɪŋ /
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Definition of inferring

adjective
using reasoning or evidence to derive or conclude something:In this scheme, the intellect is divided into four classifications: the essential intellect, the acquired intellect, the potential intellect, and the inferring intellect.We hope to be able to predict the weather using an inferring AI model based on multiple parameters such as humidity, temperature, wind speed, etc.
noun
the practice of using reasoning or evidence to derive or conclude something: Predicting is one skill that falls under the umbrella of inferring.
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Origin of inferring

infer + -ing2 for the adjective; infer + -ing1 for the noun
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