Student or Learner
I understand the meaning of "implicate" as shows/suggests something, like this example:
"The results implicate poor hygiene as one cause of the outbreak."
However, I would like to know if I can use this word in sense "to annoy or nag" someone, something like that:
"Tom implicates his sister about her cloths". or even "Tom is always implicating his sister about her way to speak"
What dictionary definition gave you the idea that "implicate" can mean "annoy/nag"?
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