incriminate

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To accuse or bring criminal charges against

The newpapers are all incriminating me unjustly in this fiasco!.

To indicate the guilt of

We have all sorts of evidence which incriminate you.

To hold another or oneself responsible for criminal misconduct
suggest that someone is guilty
bring an accusation against; level a charge against; "He charged the man with spousal abuse"
To accuse; to charge with a crime or fault; to criminate
To hold or charge someone with involvement in a crime
To hold another, or oneself, responsible for criminal misconduct; to involve someone, or oneself, in an accusation of a crime
{f} accuse of a crime, implicate, charge
If something incriminates you, it suggests that you are responsible for something bad, especially a crime. He claimed that the drugs had been planted to incriminate him They are afraid of incriminating themselves and say no more than is necessary. + incriminating in·crimi·nat·ing Police had reportedly searched his flat and found incriminating evidence. to make someone seem guilty of a crime incriminate yourself (past participle of incriminare, from crimen; CRIME)
incrimination
The act of incriminating someone; accusation
ıncriminate
{v} to accuse, to charge in turn
incriminated
present participle of incriminate
incriminates
third-person singular of incriminate
incriminating
present participle of incriminate
incriminating
Causing, showing, or proving that one is guilty of wrongdoing
incriminating
{s} showing proof of involvement in a crime
incriminating
charging or suggestive of guilt or blame; "incriminatory testimony"
incrimination
The act of incriminating; crimination
incrimination
{i} act of charging someone with a crime, accusation, implication
incrimination
an accusation that you are responsible for some lapse or misdeed; "his incrimination was based on my testimony"; "the police laid the blame on on the driver"
incriminate
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