implicate

implicate
transitive verb
(show to be involved) belasten [Verdächtigen usw.]

be implicated in a scandal — in einen Skandal verwickelt sein

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im·pli·cate
[ˈɪmplɪkeɪt]
vt
1. (involve)
to \implicate sb in sth jdn mit etw dat in Verbindung bringen
to be \implicated in a crime/scandal in ein Verbrechen/einen Skandal verwickelt sein
2. (imply)
to \implicate sth etw andeuten
she waved her hand and \implicated that he should come over to her sie winkte mit der Hand und gab ihm zu verstehen, dass er zu ihr kommen sollte
3. (affect)
to \implicate sth etw zur Folge haben
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['ImplIkeɪt]
vt

to implicate sb in sth — jdn in etw verwickeln

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implicate [ˈımplıkeıt] v/t
1. fig verwickeln, hineinziehen (beide:
in in akk), in Zusammenhang oder Verbindung bringen (with mit):
implicated in a crime in ein Verbrechen verwickelt
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3. imply 1
* * *
transitive verb
(show to be involved) belasten [Verdächtigen usw.]

be implicated in a scandal — in einen Skandal verwickelt sein

* * *
adj.
zur Folge haben ausdr. v.
verwickeln v.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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