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  • EN [ ɪnˈɡeɪdʒ]
  • US [ ɪnˈɡeɪdʒ]

English definition


  • 1. carry out or participate in an activity; be involved in;

    • "She pursued many activities"
    • "They engaged in a discussion"
  • 2. engage or engross wholly;

    • "Her interest in butterflies absorbs her completely"
  • 3. engage or hire for work;

    • "They hired two new secretaries in the department"
    • "How many people has she employed?"
  • 4. ask to represent; of legal counsel;

    • "I'm retaining a lawyer"
  • 5. give to in marriage

  • 6. get caught;

    • "make sure the gear is engaged"
  • 7. as of wars, battles, or campaigns;

    • "Napoleon and Hitler waged war against all of Europe"
  • 8. as of aid, help, services, or support

  • 9. engage for service under a term of contract;

    • "We took an apartment on a quiet street"
    • "Let's rent a car"
    • "Shall we take a guide in Rome?"
  • 10. keep engaged;

    • "engaged the gears"

Example sentences

  • That is more than I can engage for.

  • Our orders are to engage at once.

  • This book invites the reader to engage in a dialogue.

  • No unit or individual without appointment shall engage in production activities of ephedrine.

  • We never engage in irregularities.

  • No wonder they drink, smoke, fight, carouse and otherwise engage in inappropriate social behavior.

  • Activity that concern prohibited international service trade or engage limited international service trade without permission.

  • I think it unfair to engage a girl for longer than a week or two.

  • It would be pointless to engage in hypothesis before we have the facts.

  • Approach and engage a pretty girl in conversation with no prompting from anyone.

  • Winter is a cynical character of the juvenile, sometimes docile Lingli , sometimes engage in some mischief.

  • Can you engage that all his statements are trustworthy?

  • The teeth of one wheel engage with those of the other.

  • It is difficult to engage teachers of quality.

  • We engage you as a legal adviser.

  • I have no time to engage in the debate.

  • I'll engage for John's behaviour should you decide to employ him.

  • I can engage for his honesty.

  • We engage him as technical adviser.

  • You can engage in croquet on the south lawn.

  • Press the lever until you hear the catch engage.

  • He said the United States was not willing to engage in a search for partial solutions — to succumb, as he put it, to a siren song.

  • They never learned skills to engage the attention of the others.

  • Industry leaders want scientists to engage in fundamental research, not applied research.

  • She found it hard to engage with office life.

  • She had vowed to go out of her way to engage with the Irish people at local community level.

  • His troops will only engage in a ground battle when all the odds are in their favour.

  • It could engage the enemy beyond the range of hostile torpedoes.

  • We want to engage recognized leaders in discussion.

  • He had been able to engage some staff.

Synonym discrimination

  • hire, employ, engage

Meaning of engage

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