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Engage

occupy or attract someone
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Engage

[organization] Engage is an anti-racist organization which publishes materials in opposition to antisemitism, primarily in UK academic institutions. The group is made up of left-wing academics who oppose boycotts of Israel. The organization describes its mission as follows: `Engage challenges left and liberal antisemitism in the labour move...
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Engage

[visual arts] engage [sic], National Association for Gallery Education, is based in the United Kingdom and promotes the visual arts through gallery education. engage`s work helps galleries encourages people to participate in and enjoy the visual arts and become confident users of galleries and museums. engage is the leading international me...
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Engagé

Engagé, is a 18th-19th century Modern French term denoting a man, (usually French-Canadian), who is engaged, i.e., employed, with the promise of a steady salary to canoe (or row a boat) and handle all transportation aspects of river and lake-chain travel (maintenance, loading and unloading, propelling, steering, portaging, camp set-up, maps, inte...
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Engage

• (v. t.) To come into gear with; as, the teeth of one cogwheel engage those of another, or one part of a clutch engages the other part. • (v. t.) To gain for service; to bring in as associate or aid; to enlist; as, to engage friends to aid in a cause; to engage men for service. • (v. t.) To enter into contest with; to encounter; to ...
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engage

[Verb] To become involved with something.
Example: She became engaged in a fight with her neighbours about their hedge.
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Engage

En·gage' intransitive verb 1. To promise or pledge one's self; to enter into an obligation; to become bound; to warrant. « How proper the remedy for the malady, I engage not.» Fuller. 2. To embark in a business; to take a part; to employ or involve one's se...
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Engage

En·gage' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Engaged ; present participle & verbal noun Engaging .] [ French engager ; prefix en- (L. in ) + gage pledge, pawn. See Gage .] 1. To pu...
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Engage

To shift weight to the hindquarters, to work off the hindquarters and stride forward with the hind legs
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engage

[v] - as of wars, battles, or campaigns 2. [v] - as of aid, help, services, or support 3. [v] - keep engaged 4. [v] - get caught
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Engage

An intranet portal developed to be one of the primary communication tools within the Wolverhampton Children & Young People's Service
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engage

verb hire for work or assistance; `engage aid, help, services, or support`
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engage

verb get caught; `make sure the gear is engaged`
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Engage

(to) Used intransitively, it means a reader who is paying close attention
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engage

[Media terms] consume all of one's attention or time
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engage

[Intelligent words] consume all of one's attention or time
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engage

[ACT vocabulary] consume all of one's attention or time
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