Definition of involvement in English:

involvement

Line breaks: in|volve|ment
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈvɒlvm(ə)nt
 
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noun

[mass noun]
  • 1The fact or condition of being involved with or participating in something: US officials produced evidence of his involvement in drug trafficking
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    • There is no doubt that both had contact with and some involvement in the drug subculture.
    • The involvement of America was particularly calculated to appeal to republicans.
    • The court was told that he became involved because of his own involvement in drug use.
    Synonyms
    participation, action, hand; collaboration, collusion, complicity, connivance, implication, incrimination, inculpation; association, connection, attachment, embroilment, entanglement, inclusion
  • 1.1Emotional or personal association with someone: she knew that involvement with Adam would only complicate her life
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    • He denied any involvement with the tattooed Sabrina, who is a close friend of his wife's.
    • Cantor's involvement with her clients goes far beyond professional detachment.
    • These facts are easy to miss in the real world where we can blame space and geography for our involvement with others.
    Synonyms
    attachment, connection, friendship, intimacy, entanglement; relationship, relations, bond

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