Complete Definition of "implicate"

English

Etymology
From Latin implicare, "to entangle", "to involve", from plicare, "to fold".

Verb
en-verb|implicat|ing

  1. To show the involvement of someone in something, especially a crime.

Translations
Finnish: yhdistää
German: verwickeln

Related terms
implication
implicit
imply

See also
ear
inform
squealer
supergrass


Italian
Verb
implicate

  1. second-person plural present tense of implicare
  2. second-person plural imperative of implicare
  3. feminine plural past participle of implicare

Category:Italian verb forms

el:implicate
fa:implicate
fr:implicate
io:implicate
hu:implicate
pl:implicate
ru:implicate
te:implicate
vi:implicate
zh:implicate

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