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  • sound shift

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    English - England
    "Sought" is the participle of "to seek". I would say "recherché" or "cherché" rather than "impliqué". The first two imply that the police want to question him, while the third implies that there is evidence against him.
     

    Shang Qin Li

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    UK born Live in France English
    "Sought" is the participle of "to seek". I would say "recherché" or "cherché" rather than "impliqué". The first two imply that the police want to question him, while the third implies that there is evidence against him.
    Exactly. ;)
    But the French use "recherché", not "cherché" in this case.
     
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