cause to be caught or mixed up in trouble, etc.; relate closely
cause to immerse oneself in
"This new ruling affects your business"
"Don't involve me in your family affairs!"
"This decision involves many changes"
"It takes nerve to do what she did"
"success usually requires hard work"
"This job asks a lot of patience and skill"
"This position demands a lot of personal sacrifice"
"This dinner calls for a spectacular dessert"
"This intervention does not postulate a patient's consent"
"Dinner at Joe's always involves at least six courses"
"His story completely involved me during the entire afternoon"
"The situation was rather involved"
I saw Fog only, the great tawny weltering fog, Involve the passive city.
出自： E. B. Browning
John would, sooner or later, involve himself in serious trouble.
They continue to involve themselves deeply in community affairs.
It is involving me in a lot of extra work.
The war involved an enormous increase in their national debt.
More women should be involved in decision-making.
He was involved in the crime.
Poverty involved his family in misfortune.
These two countries have been deeply involved in difficulty.
This country was successively involved in war.
Artillery and aircraft were involved in the action.
The outcome of the war is involved in doubt.
She was involved in working out a puzzle.
He was involved in working out a plan.
How long has Grace been involved with that red-haired boy?
I don't want my son to be involved with criminals.