Involve

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Definition

to involve: to include, to implicate, to incorporate
verb

an involvement: a connection, a relationship, an association, an inclusion, a participation
noun
The police say that anyone involved in the robbery will be found and punished.

Pronunciation examples
UK: Philip was involved in judging a wet t-shirt competition.
US: He was also involved in wetting the t-shirts.
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Examples

  • "I simply want you to get to know your child and be involved in their life for the next 40 to 60 years."
  • "Your role involves supervising all retail sales, and liaising with the rest of the sales department."
  • "(This function was disabled after an embarrassing incident involving CFO, Icarus Quincy)."
  • "Susie : Bruno and I have already spoken about this latest Kalvin Krime campaign, and he agrees with me that it's not the kind of thing we want to get involved in."
  • "A typical hunt involves 50 dogs and 50 horse riders blowing horns like this one."
  • "If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident that wasn't your fault, we can help you get the compensation you deserve!"
  • "I'm not in right now, but I'm probably doing something fun that doesn't involve telephones."
  • "Chapter 4: Involvement with the Illuminati and Freemasons"
  • "The G-forces involved in the launch were too great, you lost consciousness."
  • "Internet piracy, which involves file sharing and unauthorized downloading of copyrighted material, may be made illegal in several European countries."

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