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British English: /ɪnˈvɒlv/
American English: /ɪnˈvɑlv/

Translation of involve in Italian:

transitive verb

  • 1 (entail)
    implicare, richiedere (effort, travel)
    comportare (danger, problems)
    to involve doing
    (job, sport, policy, plan)
    richiedere che si faccia
    it involves leaving early
    comporta o implica partire presto
    there is a lot of work, effort involved
    implica o richiede molto lavoro, molti sforzi
    there is some travelling, lifting involved
    comporta o è necessario viaggiare, sollevare dei pesi
    the work involves computers
    il lavoro implica l'uso del computer
  • 2
    (cause to participate) coinvolgere (person, group) (in in)
    (implicate) implicare (person, group) (in in)
    to be involved in
    (positive) partecipare a o occuparsi di (business, project)
    (negative) essere coinvolto o implicato in (scandal, robbery, fight)
    to be involved in doing
    essere impegnato a fare
    to get involved in o with something
    impegnarsi in qualcosa, farsi coinvolgere da qualcosa
    (in something dubious) venire implicato o coinvolto in qualcosa
    not to get involved in o with something
    restare fuori da qualcosa o non farsi coinvolgere in qualcosa
    it will involve them in heavy expenditure to feel involved
  • 3 (affect)
    coinvolgere (person, animal, vehicle)
    three people were involved in the accident
    tre persone rimasero coinvolte nell'incidente
    our future, their safety is involved
    è in gioco il nostro futuro, la loro sicurezza
  • 4 (engross)
    (film, play, book)
    coinvolgere, avvincere, appassionare (person, audience)
    to be involved in
    essere preso o coinvolto da (film, book, work)
    to get involved in
    farsi prendere o coinvolgere da (film, play, book, work)
  • 5 (get emotionally attached)to be involve with
    essere legato o affezionato a (patient, client)
    to get involved with
    legarsi o affezionarsi a (patient, client)
    (romantically) essere (sentimentalmente) legato a (person)
    to be (too) involved in o with
    essere (troppo) coinvolto in (problem, situation)
    you're too involved to make a judgment
  • 6 (make a commitment)to get involved
    I don't want to get involved
    non voglio entrarci, non voglio essere coinvolto

reflexive verb

  • to involve oneself in o with (participate)
    partecipare a (project)
    impegnarsi in (task)

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