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What is the etymology of this word? Use your dictionary if necessary. employ a. Greekenploio b. Greekenplicos c. Latinenplogia d. Latinimplicare
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User: What is the etymology of this word? Use your dictionary if necessary. employ a. Greekenploio b. Greekenplicos c. Latinenplogia d. Latinimplicare

Weegy: Please provide the word in order for us to give its etymology. Thank you.
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User: What is the etymology of this word employ? a. Greekenploio b. Greekenplicos c. Latinenplogia d. Latinimplicare

Weegy: The answer is d. Latin "implicare"
Expert answered|may100|Points 1380|

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