1 entail, imply, mean, necessitate, presuppose, require
2 affect, associate, compromise, concern, connect, draw in, implicate, incriminate, inculpate, mix up (informal) stitch up (slang) touch
3 comprehend, comprise, contain, cover, embrace, include, incorporate, number among, take in
4 absorb, bind, commit, engage, engross, grip, hold, preoccupy, rivet, wrap up
5 complicate, embroil, enmesh, entangle, link, mire, mix up, snarl up, tangle
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involve ( involves 3rd person present) ( involving present participle) ( involved past tense & past participle )
1 verb If a situation or activity involves something, that thing is a necessary part or consequence of it.
Running a kitchen involves a great deal of discipline and speed... V n/-ing
Nicky's job as a public relations director involves spending quite a lot of time with other people. V n/-ing
2 verb If a situation or activity involves someone, they are taking part in it.
If there was a cover-up, it involved people at the very highest levels of government. V n
3 verb If you say that someone involves themselves in something, you mean that they take part in it, often in a way that is unnecessary or unwanted.
I seem to have involved myself in something I don't understand. V pron-refl in n
4 verb If you involve someone else in something, you get them to take part in it.
Noel and I do everything together, he involves me in everything... V n in n/-ing
5 verb If one thing involves you in another thing, especially something unpleasant or inconvenient, the first thing causes you to do or deal with the second.
A late booking may involve you in extra cost... V n in n
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