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to take part in an activity or event, or be connected with it in some way
be/get involved in
More than 30 software firms were involved in the project.
I don't want to get involved in some lengthy argument about who is to blame.
I'm afraid your son's been
involved in an accident
he is one of the people in an accident
be/get involved with
Landel has been involved with the Hercules project for years.
involved very much
Mrs. Cummings has been actively involved with the church for years.
work/effort etc involved in doing something
not before noun
the amount of work, money, effort etc that is needed in order to make something succeed
Most people don't realize the amount of effort involved in writing a novel.
be involved with somebody
to be having a romantic relationship with someone, especially a sexual one
The senator denied that he was
with a member of his staff.
to spend time with someone that you have a relationship with
Fathers are encouraged to be more involved with their families.
having so many different parts that it is difficult to understand
The plot was so involved that very few people knew what was going on.
Definition from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Advanced Learner's Dictionary.
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