There are 2 translations of engage in Spanish:

engage

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈgeɪdʒ/

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • 1 1.1 [attention/interest] captar, atraer* to engage sb in conversation entablar or trabar conversación con algn 1.2 [formal] [enemy] entablar combate con [formal]

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

  • 1 (take part)to engage in sth to engage in politics dedicarse* a la política to engage in arguments entrar en discusiones
  • 2 [cog/wheel] engranar
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    • When a data cartridge is inserted into the data storage system, the cartridge directly or indirectly engages and moves the shield from the first position to the second position.
    • The Patrol has a part-time, four-wheel drive system, which can be engaged on the move at speeds up to 40 kph.
    • I found a big sweet spot where the clutch lets the gears engage after raising the pedal a few inches.
  • 3 [Military/Militar] entablar combate [formal]
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    • It will involve engaging their enthusiasm and interest.
    • Spectators had a diverse range of exhibits to engage their attention and sheep dog trials generated considerable interest.
    • It consists in not taking an interest in whatever may be engaging the attention of the general public at any particular time.
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    • We must engage them in discussions that involve their experiences, their questions, and their standards.
    • ‘I'd be happy to engage her in a discussion about the value of advertising.’
    • So we have to engage Beijing in a thorough discussion on this matter.
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    • Eventually she becomes involved in drugs and engages in various sexual escapades.
    • Each of the named individuals is a scientist who engages in research involving animals.
    • He has been actively engaged in an open exchange on what Indonesia is and should be.
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    • They come to be a part of a network of people that they connect with, engage with.
    • He provides a sweeping overview of the period and engages with many of the ideas Europe is struggling with about its future.
    • In essence her method of engaging with people and thus creating action can be defined as a type of leadership that gains momentum from common cause.
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    • Although we were totally different, we seemed to hit it off and I made arrangements to engage him full-time on my return to England.
    • They were not like the modern fairs but were where employers went to engage workers and people went to seek jobs and also to buy things.
    • His current part-time mechanic employee engages him 15 to 25 hours per week.
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    • It is not reasonable that a solicitor should engage to act on for an indefinite number of years, winding up estates, without receiving any payment on which he can maintain himself.
    • [A solicitor] may be engaged to perform tasks which are connected with the running of the affairs of his principal.
    • I mean you can engage to large corporations and you can advertise to bankers and you can advertise to all sorts of wealthy people, but to ordinary folks you cannot, and that sounds discriminatory to me.
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    • When a unit is engaged by an enemy force, it is likely that the commander will react by maneuvering forces to counter the enemy and, if possible, to pursue any evading forces.
    • Our soldiers engaged hostile enemies in combat, preserved peace on strange frontiers and symbolized American values both at home and abroad.
    • Mongol commanders would also send portions of their force well past and around the enemy lines while the main body engaged the enemy army.

Definition of engage in:

There are 2 translations of engage in Spanish:

engagé

Pronunciation: /ˌɑːngɑːˈʒeɪ; ɒŋˈgæʒeɪ/

adjective/adjetivo

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