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Synonyms for involve

Synonyms for involve

to have as an accompaniment, a condition, or a consequence

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to have as a need or prerequisite

to draw in so that extrication is difficult

to get and hold the attention of

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to make complex, intricate, or perplexing

Synonyms for involve

connect closely and often incriminatingly

have as a necessary feature

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contain as a part

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occupy or engage the interest of

make complex or intricate or complicated

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meeting after hours, meeting outside of the school setting, incorporating cultural and linguistic factors, reinforcing parental contributions, and empowering them) to systematically involve parents in consultation and address the different cultural values, beliefs, and perceptions, which compromise Latino student success.
Because of this, to truly prepare the muscles for running, the stretches must involve the muscles through the ROM in which they operate.
Challenges to the BJR involve lack of good faith, lack of a rational business purpose and gross negligence in failing to supervise or be informed.
This is particularly true for partisans of the "new global history", who argue that, while globalization builds on the complex evolution of previous stages of interregional interconnectedness, the phenomenon involves exceptionally far-reaching recent change (usually held to begin either in the 1950s or the 1970s).
Several states have established intermediate-level offenses for cases involving adolescents who are just above the age cutoff for the most serious contact offense to apply, and most states have a category of least-serious offenses that involves consensual sexual activity between an adult and an older adolescent.
Often the choice is based largely on monetary gains, and sometimes such gains involve the possible destruction of others, like the use and abuse of alcohol and drugs.
It is a chronic, degenerative process that may involve multiple joints of the body.
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STAKEHOLDERS - persons who involve themselves with activities at a public or private business because of personal or professional interest
However, the "road to success" should involve more than having a just do it attitude or being lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time.
Analysis and planning will normally take place over a 3-6 month period and involve all members of the management team.
All clinical interactions, no matter where they occur, involve multiple cultures.
Many of these programming variables involve a trade-off between quality and cost.
John Mack, the president of the Los Angeles Urban League, who demanded that officers be held accountable for the beating, commended Bratton and the Los Angeles Police Department for following through on his promise to punish those responsible and involve civilians in the process.