English version

involve yourself

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinvolve yourselfinvolve yourselfTAKE PART/BE INVOLVEDto take part actively in a particular activityinvolve yourself in Reilly involves himself in every aspect of his company’s business. involve
Examples from the Corpus
involve inPreviously naff companies are suddenly revamping their image by involving themselves in dance music.They were explicitly instructed to involve themselves in local economic affairs, education, medical care, prisons and road maintenance.I chose to involve myself in matters best left alone.There is a disturbing trend for younger children to involve themselves in that kind of crime.The biological positivists did not, however, involve themselves in the detailed specification of penal treatments.The current spate of reports on the schools criticizes parents for not involving themselves in the education of their children.Ollero asserts that TransTools has not involved itself in the price war.
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