Meaning of INVOLVED in English

transcription, транскрипция: [ ɪnvɒlvd ]

Frequency: The word is one of the 1500 most common words in English.


If you are involved in a situation or activity, you are taking part in it or have a strong connection with it.

If she were involved in business, she would make a strong chief executive...

ADJ : v-link ADJ , usu ADJ in/with n


If you are involved in something, you give a lot of time, effort, or attention to it.

The family were deeply involved in Jewish culture.

ADJ : v-link ADJ , usu ADJ in n


The things involved in something such as a job or system are the necessary parts or consequences of it.

We believe the time and hard work involved in completing such an assignment are worthwhile...

ADJ : v-link ADJ , oft ADJ in n


If a situation or activity is involved , it has a lot of different parts or aspects, often making it difficult to understand, explain, or do.

The operations can be quite involved, requiring many procedures.

= complex, complicated



If one person is involved with another, especially someone they are not married to, they are having a sexual or romantic relationship.

He became romantically involved with a married woman.

ADJ : oft v-link ADJ with n

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