The correct answer is express indirectly.
C. express indirectly
The correct answer is C. To express indirectly; to insinuate; to suggest without actually stating; to signify or mean.
Imply comes from Middle English emplien, Old French emplier (to enfold), Latin implicare (to involve).
Examples of use:
- Her comments implied her disbelief.
- His evasive answers implied that he was concealing information.