participate, take partverb
share in something
become a participant; be involved in
"enter a race"; "enter an agreement"; "enter a drug treatment program"; "enter negotiations"
} To join in, to take part, to involve oneself (in something).
To share, share in (something).
To share (something) with others; to transfer (something) to or unto others.
Etymology: From the participle stem of participare, from particeps, from pars + capere; see part and capable.
acting in common; participating
to have a share in common with others; to take a part; to partake; -- followed by in, formely by of; as, to participate in a debate
to partake of; to share in; to receive a part of
to impart, or give, or share of
Etymology: [L. participatus, p. p. of participare to participate; pars, partis, part + capere to take. See Part, and Capacious.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
pär-tis′i-pāt, v.i. to partake: to have a share.—v.t. to receive a part or share of.—n. Pär′ticeps crim′inis, one who, although not present, helps in any way the commission of a crime, or who after the deed assists or hides the person who did it.—adjs. Partic′ipable, capable of being participated in or shared; Partic′ipant, participating: sharing.—n. a partaker.—adv. Partic′ipantly.—n. Participā′tion.—adj. Partic′ipātive, capable of participating.—n. Partic′ipātor, one who partakes with another: a sharer. [L. participāre, -ātum—pars, part, capĕre, to take.]
Be involved or contribute.
They do participate on the football pitch.Submitted by MaryC on March 4, 2020
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Rank popularity for the word 'participate' in Verbs Frequency: #579
The numerical value of participate in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of participate in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
It is important that older people in the hospital are involved in the arts that they enjoy, whatever they are . . . where people can no longer dance, I find anecdotally that they enjoy discussing dance, watching dance and seeing performances, although of course sometimes this creates sadness in no longer being able to participate.
Because I am clearly under investigation now and no attorney in their right mind would allow you to put yourself in that jeopardy, because this is not about Russian collusion, it's about the parsing of words. It's about process crimes and perjury traps, and I decline to participate.
We do not trust this government that has killed prisoners of war and peaceful protesters, we will only participate in dialogue if there are regional and international guarantees and after prisoners of war are released.
An identity of a foolish personality is that he does not speak/do anything against unjust laws/atrocity if a selfless person asks him with honesty to thwart the injustice, but begins to participate or support the protest by seeing on street the plenty of dubious/selfish people led by a crafty who is covertly a part of crook authority only
Our population includes documented and undocumented immigrants, and I wanted to make sure everyone could participate.
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- ساهم, شاركArabic
- браць удзе́л, ўзяць удзе́лBelarusian
- взе́мам уча́стие, взе́ма уча́стие, уча́ствувамBulgarian
- účastnit, zúčastnitCzech
- deltage, participereDanish
- شرکت کردنPersian
- ottaa osaa, osallistuaFinnish
- közreműködik, részt veszHungarian
- meedoen, deelnemen, participerenDutch
- uczestniczyć, brać udział, wziąć udziałPolish
- принима́ть уча́стие, приня́ть уча́стие, уча́ствоватьRussian
- учествовати, učestvovatiSerbo-Croatian
- zúčastňovať sa, zúčastniť saSlovak
- udeležiti se, udeleževati seSlovene
- deltaga, deltaSwedish
- бра́ти у́часть, взя́ти у́частьUkrainian
- tham giaVietnamese
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