Involve

  • 21involve — transitive verb (involved; involving) Etymology: Middle English, to roll up, wrap, from Latin involvere, from in + volvere to roll more at voluble Date: 14th century 1. archaic to enfold or envelop so as to encumber 2. a. to engage as a… …

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  • 22involve — verb a) To roll or fold up; to wind round; to entwine. b) To envelop completely; to surround; to cover; to hide; to involve in darkness or obscurity. Syn: imply, include, implicate, complicate, entangle, embarrass …

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  • 23involve — See involve, entail …

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  • 24involve — verb 1) the inspection involved a lot of work Syn: require, necessitate, demand, call for; entail, mean, imply, presuppose Ant: preclude 2) I try to involve everyone in key decisions Syn …

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  • 25involve — verb 1) the inspection involved a lot of work Syn: entail, require, necessitate, demand, call for 2) I try to involve everyone in key decisions Syn: include, bring in, consult • Ant …

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  • 26involve*/*/*/ — [ɪnˈvɒlv] verb [T] 1) to include something as a necessary part of an activity, event, or situation The course involves a lot of hard work.[/ex] The job involved working with a software development team.[/ex] 2) to include or affect someone or… …

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  • 27involve — in•volve [[t]ɪnˈvɒlv[/t]] v. t. volved, volv•ing 1) to include as a necessary circumstance, condition, or consequence; imply; entail: This job involves long hours[/ex] 2) to engage or employ 3) to include within itself or its scope 4) to bring… …

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  • 28involve — in·volve in välv, vȯlvalso vävor vȯv vt, in·volved; in·volv·ing to affect with a disease or condition: include in an area of damage, trauma, or insult <all the bones of the skull were involved in the proliferative process> <herpes… …

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  • 29involve — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. imply, entail, include; complicate, entangle, inculpate, implicate, incriminate, commit; mean. See composition, difficulty, relation, disorder, attention, meaning, accusation. II (Roget s IV) v.… …

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  • 30involve — see VOLUME …

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  • 31involve — in·volve || ɪn vÉ‘lv / vÉ’lv v. include; cause to be concerned with, entangle; engage, engross; complicate; incriminate, cause to be connected with …

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  • 32involve — verb 1》 include as a necessary part or result.     ↘cause to experience or participate in an activity or situation. 2》 (be/get involved) be or become occupied or engrossed in something. 3》 (be involved) be engaged in an emotional or personal… …

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  • 33involve — v. a. 1. Envelop, inwrap, wrap, cover. 2. Include (as a consequence), imply, comprise, embrace, contain, lead to. 3. Entangle, implicate. 4. Complicate, make intricate. 5. Join, conjoin, connect, unite, mingle, blend. 6. Twine, intwine,… …

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  • 34involve — v 1. imply, entail, signify, insinuate, suggest, mean, admit; denote, betoken, connote, spell; represent, symbolize, typify, epitomize; indicate, refer to, allude to, designate. 2. include, contain, comprehend, comprise; embrace, hold, encompass …

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  • 35involve — in·volve …

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  • 36involve —   Hihia, kūhihi, kāwili kā ekā …

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  • 37involve — see VOLUME …

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  • 38involve — v.tr. 1 (often foll. by in) cause (a person or thing) to participate, or share the experience or effect (in a situation, activity, etc.). 2 imply, entail, make necessary. 3 (foll. by in) implicate (a person in a charge, crime, etc.). 4 include or …

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  • 39INVOLVE (UK National Advisory group) — (known as INVOLVE) is a national advisory Group, funded by the Department of Health, that promotes public involvement in health and social care research. Established in 1996, it was originally called Consumers in NHS Research . It expanded to… …

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  • 40Involve, a Journal of Mathematics — is a journal published by the nonprofit organization Mathematical Sciences Publishers, in both print and electronic formats. [ [http://www.mathscipub.org/journals.html Mathematical Sciences Publishers journals] ] It is dedicated to showcasing and …

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