involve in

This page is about the phrasal verb involve in.

Meaning: If you involve yourself in something, or if someone else involves you in something, you take part in it.

For example:

  • involve in Kenneth claims he wasn't involved in any of the deals that are being investigated for corruption.

  • involve sb in sth When she was young, Jasmine involved her friends in radical political activities, and they were all arrested a number of times.

Quick Quiz:

If politicians are involved in corrupt activities, it means they are

a. investigating corruption

b. fighting against corruption

c. corrupt politicians

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