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They became involved in a lengthy dispute.
We were prepared to accept the risks involved in escaping.
The project has been a great success and I would like to thank all those involved.
We were involved in the negotiations up until the last minute.
We want all departments to be involved.
He denied that he was involved with organized crime.
She gave a long, involved explanation that no one could follow.
He's not the sort of guy you want to get involved with.
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American English version of definition of involved
a paid holiday given to a new employee before they start their job
a horn that is blown during some Jewish religious festivals
an expandable stick which you attach to a mobile phone or camera to help you take a selfie …
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Definition of involved from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.