- v. present participle of participate.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Taking part in an activity.
- adj. taking part in an activity
“For those interested in participating, please plan to post your reviews that week.”
“If your heart and soul is in participating -- I hate the phrase 'The Conversation' -- but if you enjoy that, this is one way to do it.”
“Recipients are identified by an independent committee appointed by the departments of education in participating states, the foundation said.”
“OPEN HOUSE, for parents, new participants, community members and those interested in participating with the Teen Council, view the facility, learn about after-school activities and special events, meet the staff, complete the required registration form, discuss issues and concerns or sign up to be an adult volunteer. 5-6: 30 p.m.,”
“If you have any blogger friends who may be interested in participating, please feel free to forward this post to them.”
“If you are interested in participating, we can set up a 15 minute phone interview at a time that's convenient for you, or I can send you a questionnaire via email and you can send it back to me by May 30th, which is my deadline.”
“They added that at least two or three other firms could be interested in participating if a formal buyout proposal is drawn up.”
“I also agree that in participating in the Event, I will not engage in any activities that would constitute disorderly conduct, including, without limitation, public intoxication, using any controlled substances, or engaging in any physical altercations.”
“(For comparison, Amazon takes 65 percent on an ebook sale, so I have zero interest in participating in that deal).”
“- You have any interest in participating in creating this type of space regardless of your involvement with this case”
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