participate


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participate (in something) (with someone or something)

to take part in something with someone or a group. I will not participate in this activity with you. They don't participate with our team in this contest.
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In such scenes and occupations the time wore on until nine o'clock, when Kate, jaded and dispirited with the occurrences of the day, hastened from the confinement of the workroom, to join her mother at the street corner, and walk home:--the more sadly, from having to disguise her real feelings, and feign to participate in all the sanguine visions of her companion.
And you didn't want necessarily to belong to the well-to-do classes in order to participate in the advantages of virtue.
But take the case of the other, who recognises the existence of absolute beauty and is able to distinguish the idea from the objects which participate in the idea, neither putting the objects in the place of the idea nor the idea in the place of the objects-- is he a dreamer, or is he awake?
and he clasped and kissed my hand in the very fulness of his heart; but finding I did not participate his joy, he quickly flung it from him, and bitterly cursed my coldness and insensibility.
But I have one want which I have never yet been able to satisfy, and the absence of the object of which I now feel as a most severe evil, I have no friend, Margaret: when I am glowing with the enthusiasm of success, there will be none to participate my joy; if I am assailed by disappointment, no one will endeavour to sustain me in dejection.
The eloquent Pickwick, with one hand gracefully concealed behind his coat tails, and the other waving in air to assist his glowing declamation; his elevated position revealing those tights and gaiters, which, had they clothed an ordinary man, might have passed without observation, but which, when Pickwick clothed them--if we may use the expression--inspired involuntary awe and respect; surrounded by the men who had volunteered to share the perils of his travels, and who were destined to participate in the glories of his discoveries.
Students have purchased the fight to a comfortable environment and should not be made to participate if they do not want to.
Besides these, it is also mandatory for all accredited and applicant (for accreditation) laboratories to participate successfully in a proficiency testing program in their respective scope of testing.
This is only available to eligible real estate professionals who materially participate in a rental real estate activity.
Service clubs - such as Rotary, Kiwanis and Lions - have also been invited to participate as corporations with their members endorsing their stipend checks over to the clubs as a fund-raiser.
people who are not participating in a wage subsidy program are more likely to remain unemployed in order to search for a better job than those who participate in a subsidy program.
The Supreme Court's ruling on June 27, 2002, giving public school authorities the green light to conduct random, suspicious drug testing of all junior and senior high school students wishing to participate in extracurricular activities, teaches by example.
To date, seven Indiana facilities have agreed to participate in the pilot program, with another facility that is already ISO 14001 certified acting as a mentor.
The Big Five accoun-ting firms agreed to participate in an SEC-sponsored retrospective review program.
The second exception requires that the taxpayer participate in the transaction during the ordinary course of business and determine there is a long-standing and generally accepted understanding that the tax benefits are allowable.
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