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complicity
American English: /kəmˈplɪsədi/
British English: /kəmˈplɪsɪti/

noun

uncountable
  • complicity (in something)
    Example sentences
    • The German Supreme Court found that the five members of the Court Martial were guilty of complicity in a crime against humanity.
    • The concept of aiding and abetting and complicity is well known I think to Australian law.
    • To get multiple persons at the wrong end of the charge, one has to go to complicity, aiding and abetting, concert.

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