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Spanish translation of “implicate”

implicate

verb /ˈimpliˌkeit/
to show or suggest that someone is involved in something criminal or immoral
implicar
The minister resigned after being implicated in the scandal.
to show or suggest that something is the cause of something bad
implicar
The report implicated poor water quality as the cause of cattle deaths.
implication noun
implicación, conclusión
What are the implications of the government’s decision?
(Definition of implicate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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