involvement

noun
ADJECTIVE
active, direct
close, deep, intense
full
greater, increased, increasing

Employees are demanding greater involvement in decision-making.

day-to-day

When she was promoted, she missed the day-to-day involvement with customers.

personal
emotional

Nurses usually try to avoid emotional involvement with patients.

parental

He encourages parental involvement in the running of school.

political
military

The government has ruled out military involvement in the region.

criminal
community
alleged

He is serving a 15-year sentence for his alleged involvement in a plot to overthrow the government.

VERB + INVOLVEMENT
accuse sb of
suspect sb of
admit, deny

Winters denies any involvement in the robbery.

suggest

There is no evidence to suggest criminal involvement.

PREPOSITION
involvement by

The success of the venture may lead to involvement by other foreign companies.

involvement from

The project needs full involvement from all members of the group.

involvement in

He was found to have a deep involvement in drug dealing.

involvement of

the involvement of parents in their children's education

involvement with

Her husband's involvement with another woman led to their divorce.


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