Word family noun participation participant verb participate
From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishparticipationpar‧ti‧ci‧pa‧tion /pɑːˌtɪsəˈpeɪʃən $ pɑːr-/ ●●○ AWL noun [uncountable] TAKE PART/BE INVOLVEDthe act of taking part in an activity or event SYN involvement Thank you for your participation.participation in We want more participation in the decision-making. entertainment with plenty of audience participation
Examples from the Corpus
participationEach of the services nominated five of their installations for participation.They offer opportunities for participation in decision-making.We sanctify ourselves through literate participation in collective reverence for our past.Scientists in the area have welcomed Native participation but maintain that traditional knowledge is also limited.As we saw in Chapter 4, age is a major influence on participation.Broadly, political participation is the term that can be applied to all of the political actions by individuals and groups.All that I have said about the shared participation of the young and old remains unqualified.It is such injuries that make up the cost side of the balance sheet of the sports participation and health relationship.Voter participation has declined by 5%.participation inTwo bishops were jailed for their participation in the demonstration.