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From Latin implico (entangle, involve), from plico (fold)

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Infinitive
to Implicate

Third person singular
Implicates

Simple past
implicated

Past participle
implicated

Present participle
implicating

to Implicate (third-person singular simple present Implicates, present participle implicating, simple past and past participle implicated)
  1. To connect or involve in an unfavorable or criminal way with something.
    The evidence implicates involvement of top management in the scheme.
  2. To imply, to have as a necessary consequence or accompaniment.
    What did Nixon's visit to China implicate for Russia?
  3. (archaic) To fold or twist together, intertwine, interlace, entangle, entwine.

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implicate

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

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Patrono:La-part-form

  1. vocative masculine singular of implicātus

ca:implicate el:implicate fa:implicate fr:implicate io:implicate kn:implicate hu:implicate ml:implicate pl:implicate ru:implicate simple:implicate ta:implicate te:implicate vi:implicate zh:implicate

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