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Noun
/kəmˈplisitē/,
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The state of being involved with others in an illegal activity or wrongdoing,
  1. The state of being involved with others in an illegal activity or wrongdoing
    • - they were accused of complicity in the attempt to overthrow the government

  1. guilt as an accomplice in a crime or offense
  2. An individual is complicit in a crime if he/she is aware of its occurrence and has the ability to report the crime, but fails to do so. ...
  3. Complicity (or Retribution in some markets) is a 2000 film based on the novel Complicity by Iain Banks. The screenplay was written by Bryan Elsley. It was directed by Gavin Millar. These two had previously adapted Banks' The Crow Road into a successful TV serial.
  4. Complicity is a novel by Scottish author Iain Banks. It was published in 1993.
  5. (Complicit (play)) Complicit is a play by American playwright Joe Sutton premièred at The Old Vic Theater in London on 7 January 2009. ...
  6. The state of being complicit; involvement as a partner or accomplice, especially in a crime or other wrongdoing; Complexity.^[1]
  7. (complicit) Associated with or participating in an activity, especially one of a questionable nature
  8. Collusion, or partnership in wrongdoing, such as the oppression of a target group.
  9. means involvement in or participating in an activity that may violate the code of conduct.
  10. An offender may be charged, tried, and convicted of any offense based upon the conduct of another person if, with the intent that the offense be committed, he commands, induces, encourages, procures, or aids the other to commit it. ...
  11. Complicity is any intentional attempt to facilitate any of the violations described above. This includes but is not limited to allowing another student to copy from a paper or test document; providing any kind of material-including one's research, data, or writing-to another student if one ...
  12. in Human Rights abuses:  "Many agree that 'complicity' is a difficult concept to appreciate and categorize, and understanding complicity in order to avoid complicity in human rights violations, represents an important challenge for business. (... ...
  13. Gupta, as head of McKinsey for a decade, was well aware of McKinsey’s rules prohibiting outside consulting. Yet he was neither surprised nor upset at protégé and business partner Anil Kumar’s illegal (by McKinsey rules) external dealings with Rajaratnam, particularly the offshore cash payments. ...
  14. Knowingly sharing your work for someone else's benefit.
  15. involvement in wrongdoing