English translation of 'envolver'
1. (embrulhar) to wrap (up)
2. (cobrir) to cover
3. (comprometer, acarretar) to involve
4. (nos braços) to embrace
envolver-se reflexive verb
1 (intrometer-se) to become involved
2 (cobrir-se) to wrap o.s. up
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'envolver' in Other Languages
British English: involve /ɪnˈvɒlv/ VERB
If an activity involves something, that thing is a necessary part of it.
His job involves spending a lot of time with other people.
- American English: involve
- Arabic: يَشْمَلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: envolver
- Chinese: 涉及
- Croatian: uključivati
- Czech: zahrnovat obnášet
- Danish: involvere
- Dutch: betrekken bij iets een rol laten spelen
- European Spanish: involucrar
- Finnish: kuulua mukaan
- French: impliquer
- German: beteiligen
- Greek: εμπλέκω
- Italian: coinvolgere
- Japanese: 伴う
- Korean: 필연적으로 포함하다
- Norwegian: involvere
- Polish: zaangażować
- European Portuguese: envolver
- Romanian: a implica
- Russian: вовлекать
- Spanish: involucrar
- Swedish: involvera
- Thai: เข้าไปมีส่วนร่วม
- Turkish: dahil etmek
- Ukrainian: залучати
- Vietnamese: dính líu
British English: envelop VERB
If one thing envelops another, it covers or surrounds it completely.
That lovely, rich fragrant smell of the forest enveloped us.
Translation of envolver from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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