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involvement noun

ADJ. active, direct | close, deep, intense | full | day-to-day When she was promoted, she missed the day-to-day involvement with customers. | personal | emotional Nurses usually try to avoid emotional involvement with patients. | parental He encourages parental involvement in the running of school. | political | military The US government has ruled out military involvement in the region. | alleged He is serving a 15-year sentence for his alleged involvement in a plot to overthrow the government.

VERB + INVOLVEMENT accuse sb of | suspect sb of | admit, deny Winters denies any involvement in the robbery.

PREP. ~ by The success of the venture may lead to involvement by other foreign companies. | ~ from The project needs full involvement from all members of the group. | ~ in He was found to have a deep involvement in drug dealing. | ~ with Her husband's involvement with another woman led to their divorce.