- vt. 牵涉；意味着；暗示
bring into intimate and incriminating connection;
"He is implicated in the scheme to defraud the government"
impose, involve, or imply as a necessary accompaniment or result;
"What does this move entail?"
- His enemies tried to implicate him in the murder.
- He was deeply implicated in the plot.
- His absence implicates disagreement.
- The results implicate poor hygiene as one cause of the outbreak.
- To some degreed, fuzzy language in bussiness negotiation is not to convey messages but to implicate the intention.
The doctrine and its implicates must simply be stated.出自： A. M. Fairbairn
Christianity was not designed to be..implicated with the fortunes of any earthly polity.出自： fig.