- 1(Of a situation or event) include (something) as a necessary part or result: his transfer to another school would involve a lengthy assessment procedureMore example sentences
- It was a workload which included every aspect of the job and even involved coverage of sport.
- This result does not involve any unconstitutional border crossing by the court.
- Several factors are involved, including increasing drink prices and the ban on smoking in bars.
- 1.1Cause (a person or group) to experience or participate in an activity or situation: what kind of organizations will be involved in setting up these projects?More example sentences
- She made false allegations to police that they where involved in criminal activity and she also claimed he had threatened to kill her.
- Do you often find yourself involved in a situation without having planned it at all?
- He fell into fast company and before long, found himself involved in illegal activities.
late Middle English (in the senses 'enfold' and 'entangle'; formerly also as envolve): from Latin involvere, from in- 'into' + volvere 'to roll'.