形容词:incriminatory 名词:incrimination 动词过去式:incriminated 过去分词:incriminated 现在分词:incriminating 第三人称单数:incriminates
v [Tn] make (sb) appear to be guilty of wrongdoing 使（某人）显得有罪
*She refused to make a statement to the police in case she incriminated herself. 她拒绝向警方作陈述以免受连累.
* incriminating evidence 可显示有罪的证据.
[Date: 1700-1800; Language: Late Latin;Origin: , past participle of incriminare, from Latin crimen; CRIME]
to make someone seem guilty of a crime
He refused to answer questions for fear he might incriminate himself.
1. Don´t say anything that may incriminate your friends. 不要说任何可能牵连你朋友入罪的话。