involvement

involvement
[[t]ɪnvɒ̱lvmənt[/t]]
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involvements
1) N-UNCOUNT: oft N in/with n Your involvement in something is the fact that you are taking part in it.

You have no proof of my involvement in anything...

She disliked his involvement with the group and disliked his friends.

Syn:
participation
2) N-UNCOUNT Involvement is the enthusiasm that you feel when you care deeply about something.

Ben has always felt a deep involvement with animals.

Syn:
3) N-VAR An involvement is a close relationship between two people, especially if they are not married to each other.

They were very good friends but there was no romantic involvement...

Mahler was also known for his passionate involvements outside marriage.

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