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involve

verb   /ɪnˈvɒlv/ ( present participle involving, past tense and past participle involved)
B1 If a situation or activity involves something, that thing is a part of it. implicar, conllevar The trips often involve a lot of walking. There are a lot of risks involved.
B1 to affect or include someone or something in an activity implicar, involucrar The event involves hundreds of people.
to make someone be part of an activity or process implicar, involucrar I prefer teaching methods that actively involve students in learning.
(Definition of involve from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

involve

verb /inˈvolv/
to require; to bring as a result suponer, implicar His job involves a lot of travelling.
(often with in or with) to cause to take part in or to be mixed up in implicar, envolver He has always been involved in/with the theatre/theater Don’t ask my advice – I don’t want to be/get involved.
involved adjective
complicated complicado My timetable for Friday is becoming very involved.
involvement noun
implicación He denied any involvement in the robbery.
(Definition of involve from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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