Definition of 'participate'
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Example sentences containing 'participate'
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Isabel and Homer said they didn't want Jason growing up fearful in a world in which he didn't participate. THE PRESIDENT'S CHILD (2003)Germany and Spain have let it be known that they will participate only if Britain does. THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS (2003)And that mouth even attempted a smile when she saw me waiting for her, although her eyes did not participate. THE DUTCH BLUE ERROR (2003)
The second was to Amber, who confirmed her willingness to participate in this trap. GENIE ON THE LOOSE (2003)
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Translations for 'participate'
British English: participate /pɑːˈtɪsɪˌpeɪt/ VERB
If you participate in an activity, you are involved in it with other people.
We participated in a cross-country cycle ride.
- American English: participate
- Arabic: يَشتَرِكُ فِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: participar
- Chinese: 参与
- Croatian: sudjelovati
- Czech: účastnit se
- Danish: deltage
- Dutch: deelnemen
- European Spanish: participar
- Finnish: osallistua
- French: participer
- German: teilnehmen
- Greek: συμμετέχω
- Italian: partecipare
- Japanese: 参加する
- Korean: 참가하다
- Norwegian: delta
- Polish: wziąć udział
- European Portuguese: participar
- Romanian: a participa
- Russian: участвовать
- Spanish: participar
- Swedish: delta medverka
- Thai: มีส่วนร่วม
- Turkish: katılmak
- Ukrainian: брати участь
- Vietnamese: tham gia
Definition of participate from the Collins English Dictionary
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