Word family noun involvement adjective involveduninvolved verb involve
From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinvolvementin‧volve‧ment /ɪnˈvɒlvmənt $ -ˈvɑːlv-/ ●●○ W3 AWL noun 1 TAKE PART/BE INVOLVED[uncountable] the act of taking part in an activity or event, or the way in which you take part in it SYN participation School officials say they welcome parental involvement.involvement in His new book examines the United States’ involvement in World War II.involvement with Carey’s possible involvement with a series of robberies2 [countable] something that you take part in or spend time doing sporting involvements her political involvements3 SATISFIED[uncountable] the feeling of excitement and satisfaction that you get from an activityinvolvement in Weaver admitted a strong emotional involvement in her client’s case.4 [countable, uncountable] a romantic relationship between two people, especially when they are not married to each otherinvolvement with Donna knew nothing of her husband’s involvement with another woman.
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involvementHe denied ever having any involvement with her.Calculative involvement refers to a low intensity of either negative or positive orientation towards the organization.They ensure that every situation gets resolved quickly and easily, with minimal customer involvement.For me, our passion was a devout involvement of heart, body and mind.There was very little emotional involvement in their marriage.Employee involvement represents Ford's first step in the long-term renegotiation of the psychological contract between the individual worker and the company.It is often hard to gauge the exact nature of feminist involvement.But criticism of Mrs Roosevelt focused primarily on her involvement in public issues.There is also a lack of clarity over where the emphasis should be for promoting the involvement of general practitioners.involvement inBittman could not discuss any aspect of his involvement in the case.emotional involvementSecond, for the fieldworker such studies are extremely demanding in tact, energy, persistence, time and emotional involvement.There was never any emotional involvement, just a physical act that offered him some release.According to Tormey's theory of Expression, emotional involvement for the actor is minimal.It shows her growing emotional involvement and gradually seems to affect her every movement.This implies that people at work operate as robots, devoid of emotional involvement with one another.How can we reconcile the low frequency of expressions of emotional involvement in election campaigns with the high frequency of antagonistic partisanship?The same applies to the impression of emotional involvement.As the coffin slides into the furnace, we try to restrict our emotional involvement - sometimes at considerable psychological cost.