involvement

involvement
noun
1. (participation) 
The citizens asked to have higher involvement in the decisions related to the city.Los ciudadanos pidieron tener mayor participación en las decisiones relacionadas con la ciudad.
The students showed a better involvement in class assignments with the new teacher.Los alumnos mostraron mayor implicación en las tareas de clase con el nuevo profesor.
2. (sentimental relationship) 
I knew nothing about Karla's involvement with my brother.No sabía nada de la relación de Karla con mi hermano.
involvement
Noun
1. (participation) 
a. la participación (F) 
2. (role) 
a. la relación (F) 
3. (commitment) 
a. el implicación f, compromiso (M) 
involvement [ɪnˈvɒlvmənt]
noun
1 (implication, association)
we don't know the extent of his involvement no sabemos hasta qué punto está implicado
the teachers do not encourage political involvement on the part of their students involvement (in sth/with sb)
a demonstration against US involvement in Vietnam una manifestación contra la intervención estadounidense en Vietnam; student involvement in campus affairs la participación de los estudiantes en los asuntos universitarios
they have avoided any involvement in the conflict American voters don't want further US military involvement in Iraq his involvement in the plot they tend to cooperate more if they feel a personal involvement in the process
I knew of his past involvement with drugs sabía que en el pasado había estado metido en drogas
he is wary of any emotional involvement with others allegations about his involvement with the CIA too much personal involvement with clients is considered unprofessional
2 (relationship) relación (f)
she didn't know about my involvement with Corinne no sabía de mi relación con Corinne
she has no defined relationships or emotional involvements
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