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German translation of “involve”

involve

verb /inˈvolv/
to require; to bring as a result
einschließen
His job involves a lot of travelling.
(often with in or with) to cause to take part in or to be mixed up in
verwickeln
He has always been involved in/with the theatre Don’t ask my advice – I don’t want to be/get involved.
involved adjective complicated
verwickelt
My time-table for Friday is becoming very involved.
involvement noun
die Verwicklung
(Definition of involve from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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