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Adjective
/inˈvälvd/,
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Connected or concerned with someone or something, typically on an emotional or personal level,
  1. Connected or concerned with someone or something, typically on an emotional or personal level
    • - Angela told me that she was involved with someone else
  2. Difficult to comprehend; complicated
    • - a long, involved conversation

  1. connected by participation or association or use; "we accomplished nothing, simply because of the large number of people involved"; "the problems involved"; "the involved muscles"; "I don't want to get involved"; "everyone involved in the bribery case has been identified"
  2. entangled or hindered as if e.g. in mire; "the difficulties in which the question is involved"; "brilliant leadership mired in details and confusion"
  3. Byzantine: highly complex or intricate and occasionally devious; "the Byzantine tax structure"; "Byzantine methods for holding on to his chairmanship"; "convoluted legal language"; "convoluted reasoning"; "the plot was too involved"; "a knotty problem"; "got his way by labyrinthine maneuvering"; ...
  4. (involvement) engagement: the act of sharing in the activities of a group; "the teacher tried to increase his students' engagement in class activities"
  5. (involvement) a connection of inclusion or containment; "he escaped involvement in the accident"; "there was additional involvement of the liver and spleen"
  6. (involvement) interest: a sense of concern with and curiosity about someone or something; "an interest in music"
  7. (involvement) affair: a usually secretive or illicit sexual relationship
  8. (involvement) participation: the condition of sharing in common with others (as fellows or partners etc.)
  9. The Culture is a fictional interstellar anarchist, socialist, and utopian society created by the Scottish writer Iain M. Banks which features in a number of science fiction novels and short fiction by him.
  10. Complicated; Associated with others (in a crime, process, etc.); Having an affair with someone
  11. (involvement) link, connection, participation, affiliation, commitment
  12. (INVOLVEMENT) The degree to which an individual is active in conventional activities. In Travis Hirschi's work, aspects of the ‘social bond’.
  13. (INVOLVEMENT) The result of a full commitment to your part and your character.
  14. (Involvement) Culture - Government Personnel - Government Responses - Organizations - Religions - Ufologist
  15. (Involvement) National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA); Past President, Secretary/Treasury and Board Member of NAIFA; General Agent's Management Association
  16. (Involvement) The degree to which a particular topic (product, person, organization, issue) has personal relevance or consequences for an individual.
  17. (Involvement) The degree to which the client has her attention focused on resolving the issues being worked at in the session.
  18. (Involvement) is a term often used synonymously with participation. It implies being included as a necessary part of something. (WHO, 1999)
  19. (Involvement) the perceived risk associated with a purchase or usage decision, measured dichotomously as high (risk attached) or low (no risk attached).
  20. (Involvement) the relation of something ready-to-hand to its defining role in human life.
  21. Involvement in research refers to active involvement between people who use services, carers and researchers, rather than the use of people as participants in research (or as research subjects.) Many people describe involvement as doing research with or by people who use services.
  22. means the Board has declared the patent application, patent, or claim so described to be a subject of the contested case.