|occupied with; got into, got involved with||engaged in|
|(about a motor vehicle) be involved in a situation in which a vehicle turns less sharply than desired because the front wheels slide during a turn, (about a motor vehicle) condition in which a vehicle turns less sharply than desired because the front w...||understeer|
|(French) humorist or joker, somebody involved with farces||farceur|
|(Informal) pretentiously artistic, pompously presenting oneself as interested in or involved in the arts (also arty), affectedly artistic||artsy|
|able to be occupied, capable of being defended in battle, resistant, may be carried out, with reasonable arguments to support it||tenable|
|accumulate, gather; form from diverse elements, bring things together to form mass, business organization involved in many areas, formed by combining different things, group or mass formed from diverse elements, rock comprising pieces of other rocks, s...||conglomerate|
|achieve a speed or rate, adapt something, be adequate, be occupied with something, cause something, changes the emphasis, cheat somebody, conduct self, excrement, exhaust somebody, fare, forms questions and negatives, fuss, commotion; something that mu...||do|
|act of buying wholesale to create a monopoly; state of being completely absorbed or occupied; act of writing a document in large clear letters or in a formal style; document which has been engrossed, completely absorbed state, cornering of market, docu...||engrossment|
|act of implying; something implied, indirect suggestion, connotation, hint; state of being involved in an action or event, implicit understanding, involvement, logical relation||implication|
|act of traveling about and visiting tourist attractions, for the purpose of touring; involved in visiting tourist attractions, visiting sights||sightseeing|
|active, elaborate, engaged, full of bustle, not free, occupied, engaged; taken, in use, occupy oneself, occupy somebody, occupy yourself, unavailable to use||busy|
|advanced medical student working as an apprentice in a hospital; one who is involved in a specialized training program which gives hands-on experience, be an intern, work as an intern (especially in the medical profession); limit movement; confine, res...||intern|
|advanced medical student working as an apprentice in a hospital; one who is involved in a specialized training program which gives hands-on experience, intern||interne|
|affair that should involve somebody, be interesting or important to somebody, be on the subject of, business, caring feelings, interest; affect, involve; worry, involve somebody or get involved, make somebody worried, object, worry or something causing...||concern|
|affected or involved, curious or concerned, fascinated; concerned, involved; having a share or stake in something; motivated by self-interest, wanting something||interested|
|against business principles or practices, not concerned with commerce or business, that is not involved with trade, not conforming to accepted commercial practice, unprofitable||uncommercial|
|aggressive, combative, belligerent; engaged in warfare, involved in fighting, one who has aggressive or combative tendencies; one who is engaged in warfare, somebody aggressively supporting cause||militant|
|already in use, busy, engaged; lost in thought, occupied with meditations; taken, previously occupied, previously acquired (property), having attention taken up with something||preoccupied|
|American corporation headquartered in California, operator of several subsidiaries worldwide (involved in business services, coal production, and engineering and construction services)||Fluor|
|amino acid derived from fish proteins, amino acid involved in tissue growth||histidine|
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