名词:inferrer 动词过去式:inferred 过去分词:inferred 现在分词:inferring 第三人称单数:infers 副词:inferably 形容词:inferable
fer＝to carry（运；载），to bear（忍耐）
v (-rr-) [Tn, Tn.pr, Tf] ~ sth (from sth) reach (an opinion) from facts or reasoning; conclude sth （根据事实或推理）推断, 推定（一想法）; 得出某事物的结论
*It is possible to infer two completely opposite conclusions from this set of facts. 从这些事实中可能推断出两种截然相反的结论.
* Am I to infer (from your remarks) that you think I'm not telling the truth? （从你的话中）看来你认为我没说实话? Cf 参看 imply.
v past tense and past participleinferredpresent participleinferring [T]
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: Latin;Origin: inferre, from ferre 'to carry']
to form an opinion that something is probably true because of information that you have
infer sth from sth
A lot can be inferred from these statistics.
From the evidence we can infer that the victim knew her killer.
1. Still others are afraid to say no to their children's endless requests for toys for fear that their children will infer they are unloved or will be made fun of if they don't obtain the same toys their friends have. 还有些家长不愿拒绝孩子们永无休止的买玩具的要求，是因为他们害怕孩子会认为父母不爱他们，或者害怕如果他们得不到和小伙伴相同的玩具会被人取笑。