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From the Spanish verb inculpar:
inculpado is:
   Past Participle

in·cul·pa·do  Both Genders - Noun - Singular
  1. Translate "inculpado" to English: accused, defendant, culprit
    Spanish Synonyms of "inculpado": acusado, acusado en espera de sentencia, demandado, imputado, indiciado, rea
    Define meaning of "inculpado": Persona a quien se acusa o denuncia de algún hecho o dicho.

inculpado  Adjective
  1. Translate "inculpado" to English: accused, defendant
    Spanish Synonyms of "inculpado": acusado, culpado, demandado, indiciado, encausado, sindicado
    Define meaning of "inculpado": Persona a quien se acusa o denuncia de algún hecho o dicho.

  2. Translate "inculpado" to English: held for trial
    Spanish Synonyms of "inculpado": procesado

Conceptually-related expressions of "inculpado"
in·cul·par  Verb
  1. Translate "inculpar" to English: inculpate, accuse, arraign, blame, impeach, press charges against, charge, hang it on, indict
    Spanish Synonyms of "inculpar": culpar, incriminar, poner en el banquillo, acusar, denunciar, endilgar las culpas a, formular cargos contra, sindicar
    Define meaning of "inculpar": Atribuir(se) una culpa, falta, responsabilidad o delito.; Culpar, acusar a alguien de una cosa.

  2. Translate "inculpar" to English: inculpate on, pin on

Verb Conjugation for "inculpar"
Gerund: inculpando
Past Participle: inculpado

yo

él/ella/usted

nosotros

vosotros

ellos/ustedes

inculpo

inculpas

inculpa

inculpamos

inculpáis

inculpan

inculpé

inculpaste

inculpó

inculpamos

inculpasteis

inculparon

inculparé

inculparás

inculpará

inculparemos

inculparéis

inculparán

Conceptually-related expressions of "inculpar"
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