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Oxford dictionary definition of the word implicate:
1show (someone) to be involved in a crime:
he implicated his government in the murders of three judges
(be implicated in) bear some of the responsibility for (an action or process, especially a criminal or harmful one):
viruses are known to be implicated in the development of certain cancers
2 [with clause] convey (a meaning) indirectly through what one says, rather than stating it explicitly:
by saying that coffee would keep her awake, Mary implicated that she didn’t want any
a thing implied.
late Middle English: from Latin implicatus ‘folded in’, past participle of implicare (see imply). The original sense was ‘entwine’; compare with employ and imply. The earliest modern (sense 2 of the verb), dates from the early 17th century