动词过去式:implicated 过去分词:implicated 现在分词:implicating 第三人称单数:implicates
v [Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sb (in sth) show that sb is involved in sth, esp a crime 显示某人牵连于某事（尤指罪行）; 涉及
*His enemies tried to implicate him (in the murder). 他的仇人竭力想把他牵扯进谋杀案中.
* He was deeply implicated (ie involved) in the plot. 他与该阴谋牵涉颇深.
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Latin;Origin: , past participle of implicare 'to twist together, make complicated']
to show or suggest that someone is involved in a crime or dishonest act
The allegations implicated Abe to such an extent he was forced to resign.
implicate sb in sth
Three police officers are implicated in the cover-up.
if something is implicated in something bad or harmful, it is shown to be its cause
be implicated in sth
Viruses are known to be implicated in the development of some cancers.
1. His enemies tried to implicate him (in the murder). 他的仇人竭力想把他牵扯进谋杀案中.