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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinvolvedin‧volved /ɪnˈvɒlvd $ ɪnˈvɑːlvd/ ●●● S2 W3 adjective  1 be/get involved2 work/effort etc involved in doing something3 be involved with somebody4 COMPLICATEDhaving so many different parts that it is difficult to understand syn complicated The plot was so involved that very few people knew what was going on.see thesaurus at complicated
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involvedFollowing the riots, the university promised to discipline all those involved.In court she gave evidence about her torture, naming the officers involved.The system for choosing candidates is very involved, and I won't go into it here.All his adult life, Dignam had been one of the most involved defenders of the rights of actors.Most of the people involved have by now either died or moved away.Both Marr and Morrissey were instantly involved in fairly advanced post-Morrissey/Marr/Smiths activities.Selective adhesion mechanisms are known to be involved in nerve-muscle recognition and control of synaptic development in several vertebrate systems.Second, what are the cognitive and affective processes involved in stereotype change?As we have discussed, the survivors need to feel involved in their loved one's dying process as much as possible.Adopting a child can be a long involved process.No, Barry had never meant to get involved with Christine.