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interest yourself in something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinterest yourself in somethinginterest yourself in somethingformal to give something a lot of attention because you want to find out more about it He had always interested himself in foreign affairs. interest
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interest yourself in somethingHe's been interesting himself in the new C.O., Brenda Pridmore.In Leeds meanwhile he interested himself in educational ventures and became widely known for public service.He interested himself in fiscal, banking, and trade policy.In recent years Winters has interested himself in making objects of glass and ceramics.Not surprisingly, the state has also interested itself in providing additional pension coverage.Franca could not answer these questions or interest herself in such formulations.I sneaked back, into the darkness and found Doris and tried to interest myself in the dishes for a while.
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