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tacitly

[ tas-it-lee ]
/ ˈtæs ɪt li /
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adverb
without saying so; silently: We both knew we had different views on the subject, and tacitly agreed not to make it an issue.
in a way that is partly unconscious or cannot be explained in words: The hardest tasks to automate are those demanding skills that we understand only tacitly.
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