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implicō (in-pl-) āvī or uī, ātus or itus, āre,

to infold, involve, entangle, entwine, inwrap, envelop, encircle, embrace, clasp, grasp: incertos orbīs, V.: quam flumine curvo Implicuit Cephisos, O.: comam laevā, grasped, V.: pedes, V.: inter se acies, V.: aciem, S.: (lues) ossibus implicat ignem, V.: bracchia collo, O.: Canidia brevibus implicata viperis Crines, H.—Fig., to attach closely, connect intimately, unite, associate, join (only pass. or with se): qui nostris familiaritatibus implicantur: implicata inscientiā impudentia est: implicatus amicitiis: haec ratio pecuniarum implicata est cum illis pecuniis, etc.—To entangle, implicate, involve, envelop, embarrass, engage: di vim suam hominum naturis implicant: alienis (rebus) nimis implicari: ipse tuā defensione implicabere: nisi irae implicaverint animos vestros, confounded, L.: tanti errores implicant temporum (sc. scriptorem), such confused chronology, L.: multis officiis implicatum tenere: quae quattuor inter se conligata atque implicata: eripere atris Litibus implicitum, H.— P. perf., in the phrase: implicitus morbo or in morbum, sick, disabled by sickness: morbo implicitum exercitum tenere, L.: graviore morbo implicitus, Cs.: implicitus in morbum, N.

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