incriminar

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incriminar (first-person singular present incrimino, past participle incriminat)

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Borrowed from Medieval Latin incriminare, from Latin criminare.

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incriminar (first-person singular present indicative incrimino, past participle incriminado)

  1. to incriminate (to accuse or bring criminal charges against)
    Synonyms: acusar, culpar, imputar

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Borrowed from Medieval Latin incriminare, from Latin criminare.

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  • IPA(key): /inkɾimiˈnaɾ/, [ĩŋ.kɾi.miˈnaɾ]

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incriminar (first-person singular present incrimino, first-person singular preterite incriminé, past participle incriminado)

  1. (transitive) to incriminate
    Synonym: acriminar

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