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implicated

[ im-pli-key-tid ]
/ ˈɪm plɪˌkeɪ tɪd /
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adjective
shown to be also involved, especially in an incriminating manner:In the wake of last year’s doping scandal, the Cycling Federation states that this year’s team will have no connection to any of the implicated team members, either directly or indirectly.
implied as a necessary circumstance, or as something to be inferred or understood:My defensive post was answering an implicated accusation that clearly overstepped the boundaries of an opinion.
intimately connected or related, or affected as a result:The paper delves into the historical background of our modern understanding of time, as well as the implicated problem of infinity.
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Origin of implicated

OTHER WORDS FROM implicated

un·im·pli·cat·ed, adjective
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