verb be implicated in sth
deeply, heavily, strongly

These groups are very strongly implicated in the violence.


He was falsely implicated in an attempted murder case.

Implicate is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑evidence

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  • implicate — verb (T) 1 to show or seem to show that someone is involved in something wrong or criminal: implicate sb in sth: The letter seemed to implicate Mitchell in the robbery. 2 to show or seem to show that something is the cause of something bad or… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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