engage

All Verb Noun
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  • In all, one of every three men engaged in the fight was shot.
  • Many of them are employed or directly engaged in new start-up activities.
  • If people were seen being engaged in sexual activity, they would be killed immediately.
  • The action very quickly became general, with the van and center of each line fully engaged.
  • They became engaged in September, less than two months after meeting.
  • It engaged students and allowed them to learn by doing.
  • Once off the gold standard, it became free to engage in such money creation.
  • However, in March, she wrote that she had become engaged to an Italian officer.
  • Early data suggests that some only engage in cell division once every hundred years.
  • With her parents' support, she was soon fully engaged in reform work.
  • They immediately fall in love and get engaged.
  • The film followed a young engaged couple in Paris who see their lives transformed.
  • Community network organizations often engage in training and other services and sometimes are involved in policy work.
  • A Greek-speaking population living along the coast at this time was engaged in commerce.
  • I considered myself engaged in a war from Day One.
  • The center houses various programs for students to share their knowledge and engage in discussion.
  • Student political organizations are active on campus and engage their many members in local and national politics.
  • He often engaged foreign teachers, who learned its practices, before returning home to start their own schools.
  • These engaged but could not defeat the German forces.
  • An engaged woman will let her traditionally short hair grow.
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Meaning of engage

  • verb Ask to represent; of legal counsel
    I'm retaining a lawyer
  • verb Get caught
    make sure the gear is engaged
  • verb Carry on (wars, battles, or campaigns)
    Napoleon and Hitler waged war against all of Europe
  • verb Hire for work or assistance
    engage aid, help, services, or support
  • verb Keep engaged
    engaged the gears