involvement

involvement
in|volve|ment
W3 [ınˈvɔlvmənt US -ˈva:lv-] n
1.) [U]
the act of taking part in an activity or event, or the way in which you take part in it
School officials say they welcome parental involvement.
involvement in
His new book examines the United States' involvement in World War II.
involvement with
The police have been looking into Harris's possible involvement with a series of robberies.
2.)
something that you take part in or spend time doing
sporting involvements
her political involvements
3.) [U]
the feeling of excitement and satisfaction that you get from an activity
involvement in
Weaver admitted a strong emotional involvement in her client's case.
4.) [U and C]
a romantic relationship between two people, especially when they are not married to each other
involvement with
Donna knew nothing of her husband's involvement with another woman.

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