Something tacit is unspoken; it's understood without words.
Something tacit is silent, wordless, expressed indirectly, or understood but not talked about.
"I read Archie comics voraciously in the '90s, and my parents have held onto them. In hindsight, they can be funny, but they're also sexist and violent...Keeping them seems like a tacit endorsement of their values. I don't really want my daughter reading them!"
Explain the meaning of "tacit" without saying "unspoken" or "wordless."
Fill in the blanks: "In a tacit understanding, (someone) (is allowed to do something) as long as (some condition is met)."
Spend 20 seconds or more on the game below. Don’t skip straight to the review—let your working memory empty out first.
1. The opposite of TACIT is
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