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to do an activity with people who are already doing it
to take part in something
to choose to take part in something
to become involved in an activity
to take part in an activity
to be involved in an activity with other people
to become involved in something that other people are doing that is fun or interesting, or that makes money
to take part in a particular activity, especially one that involves competing with other people or talking to them
to start to take part in an official discussion or other formal activity
to go to a meeting or a class although you are not directly involved in it
English version of thesaurus of to take part or to become involved
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