implicar


implicar
v.
1 to involve.
2 to mean, to imply.
Esto supone un riesgo This entails a risk.
Esto conlleva tener cuidado This involves to take much care.
3 to implicate, to involve.
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implicar
Conjugation model [SACAR], like {{link=sacar}}sacar
verbo transitivo
1 (conllevar) to imply
2 (involucrar) to implicate, involve (en, in)
lo implicaron en la huida they implicated him in the escape
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verb
1) to involve
2) imply
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VT
1) (=involucrar) to involve

las partes implicadas — the interested parties, the parties concerned

2) (=significar) to imply

esto no implica que ... — this does not mean that ...

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1.
verbo transitivo
1) (significar, conllevar) to entail, involve

implicaría la pérdida de puestos de trabajo — it would mean o entail the loss of jobs

2) (envolver, enredar) to involve

estuvo implicado en un delito — (participó) he was involved in a crime; (estuvo bajo sospecha) he was implicated in a crime

2.
implicarse v pron to get involved
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= amount to, assume, entail, imply, involve, mean, implicate.
Ex. One of the characteristic features of a post-coordinate indexing system is that searching amounts to more than making a note of the records listed under one index heading.
Ex. The foregoing discussion concerning analytical entries assumes implicitly a conventional catalogue format, that is, card, microform or other printed catalogue.
Ex. Secondly, the admission of rules incompatible with the general ideology adopted inevitably entails subsequent remedial revision.
Ex. Omission does not imply that those areas are not important.
Ex. Generating author indexes or catalogues involves creating headings from author's names, that is the names of persons or organisations.
Ex. These changes have meant modifications, some very time-consuming, to serials catalogues in libraries.
Ex. Therefore aesthetic criteria of value are not objective but deeply implicated in social ideology.
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* implicarse = involve, implicate + Reflexivo.
* implicarse en = get + involved with/in.
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) (significar, conllevar) to entail, involve

implicaría la pérdida de puestos de trabajo — it would mean o entail the loss of jobs

2) (envolver, enredar) to involve

estuvo implicado en un delito — (participó) he was involved in a crime; (estuvo bajo sospecha) he was implicated in a crime

2.
implicarse v pron to get involved
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= amount to, assume, entail, imply, involve, mean, implicate.

Ex: One of the characteristic features of a post-coordinate indexing system is that searching amounts to more than making a note of the records listed under one index heading.

Ex: The foregoing discussion concerning analytical entries assumes implicitly a conventional catalogue format, that is, card, microform or other printed catalogue.
Ex: Secondly, the admission of rules incompatible with the general ideology adopted inevitably entails subsequent remedial revision.
Ex: Omission does not imply that those areas are not important.
Ex: Generating author indexes or catalogues involves creating headings from author's names, that is the names of persons or organisations.
Ex: These changes have meant modifications, some very time-consuming, to serials catalogues in libraries.
Ex: Therefore aesthetic criteria of value are not objective but deeply implicated in social ideology.
* implicarse = involve, implicate + Reflexivo.
* implicarse en = get + involved with/in.

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implicar [A2 ]
vt
A (significar, conllevar) to entail, involve
los riesgos que su decisión implica the risks that his decision entails o involves
no implica que pierda la titularidad it does not mean o imply that you lose ownership, it does not involve o entail you losing ownership
implicaría la pérdida de 500 puestos de trabajo it would mean o entail o involve the loss of 500 jobs
B (envolver, enredar) to involve
los guardianes presuntamente implicados en la fuga the guards allegedly involved in the escape
estuvo implicado en varios delitos de fraude (tomó parte) he was involved in several cases of fraud; (estuvo bajo sospecha) he was implicated in several cases of fraud
implicarse
v pron
to get involved
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implicar (conjugate implicar) verbo transitivo
1 (significar, conllevar) to entail, involve
2 (envolver, enredar) to involve;
estuvo implicado en un delito (participó) he was involved in a crime;


(estuvo bajo sospecha) he was implicated in a crime
implicarse verbo pronominal
to get involved
implicar verbo transitivo
1 (comprometer) to involve, implicate [en, in]: está implicado en un robo, he's involved in a robbery
2 (comportar) to imply: que se besen no implica que sean amantes, just because they kiss it doesn't mean that they are having an affair
'implicar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
complicar
- comprometer
- enredar
- envolver
- conllevar
- embrollar
- involucrar
- suponer
English:
carry
- entail
- implicate
- involve
- mean
- must
- imply
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implicar
vt
1. [conllevar] to involve (en in);
la protección del medio ambiente implica sacrificios protecting the environment involves o means making sacrifices
2. Der [involucrar] to implicate (en in);
lo implicaron en el asesinato he was implicated in the murder
3. [significar, suponer] to mean, to imply;
dije que sí, lo que no implica que vaya a participar I said yes, but that doesn't necessarily mean I'll take part
See also the pronominal verb implicarse
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implicar
v/t
1 mean, imply;
eso no implica que … that does not mean that …
2 (involucrar) involve (en in); en un delito implicate (en in)
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implicar {72} vt
1) enredar, envolver: to involve, to implicate
2) : to imply
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implicar vb
1. (incluir) to involve
no me impliques en tus líos don't involve me in your problems
2. (significar) to mean [pt. & pp. meant]
esto no implica que vayas a la cárcel this does not mean that you will go to prison

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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