Agreed to be married.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Industrious signifies zealously or habitually applying oneself to any work or business. Busy applies to an activity which may be temporary, industrious to a habit of life. We say a man is busy just now; that is, occupied at the moment with something that takes his full attention. It would be ridiculous or satirical to say, he is industrious just now. But busy can be used in the sense of industrious, as when we say he is a busy man. Diligent indicates also a disposition, which is ordinarily habitual, and suggests more of heartiness and volition than industrious. We say one is a diligent, rather than an industrious, reader of the Bible. In the use of the nouns, we speak of plodding industry, but not of plodding diligence. Compare ACTIVE; INDUSTRY.
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having ones attention or mind or energy engaged
"she keeps herself fully occupied with volunteer activities"; "deeply engaged in conversation"
involved in military hostilities
"the desperately engaged ships continued the fight"
booked, engaged, set-aside(p)adjective
reserved in advance
busy, engaged, in use(p)adjective
(of facilities such as telephones or lavatories) unavailable for use by anyone else or indicating unavailability; (`engaged' is a British term for a busy telephone line)
"her line is busy"; "receptionists' telephones are always engaged"; "the lavatory is in use"; "kept getting a busy signal"
engaged, meshed, intermeshedadjective
(used of toothed parts or gears) interlocked and interacting
"the gears are engaged"; "meshed gears"; "intermeshed twin rotors"
having services contracted for
"the carpenter engaged (or employed) for the job is sick"
built against or attached to a wall
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How to use engaged in a sentence?
But NGOs, which are engaged in saving millions of lives, are not always wildly enthusiastic about adhering to them. So, could they make better use of the cash they raise? Absolutely.
We tried to engaged Fremantle in conversations about bringing it back in ’ 20 … and they just were n’t interested it, they wanted it back on the air and they thought ABC was a good opportunity.
This is the real secret of life — to be completely engaged with what you are doing in the here and now. And instead of calling it work, realize it is play.
What we need is for Russia to restate that it is interested in a political process. We don't see that, this is where we expect the Americans to react more forcefully, because these are war crimes being committed at the very moment when Mr Kerry is in Moscow and is discussing a security arrangement and the targeting of terrorist groups, while Russia is fully engaged in this operation on Aleppo.
The nation has the best culture only if its population engaged in agriculture lives with satisfaction in their respective region.
Translations for engaged
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- خطب, مخطوبة, مخطوبArabic
- зает, сгоденBulgarian
- forlovet, optagetDanish
- verlobt, besetztGerman
- ocupado, comunicado, comprometidoSpanish
- kihloihin, kihloissa, varattuFinnish
- engagé, fiancée, fiancéFrench
- impegnata, impegnato, fidanzata, fidanzatoItalian
- 使用中, 婚約Japanese
- bezet, verloofd, in gesprekDutch
- narzeczona, narzeczonyPolish
- ocupado, noivo, contratadoPortuguese
- обручённая, помолвленный, занятый, обручённый, помолвленнаяRussian
- upptagen, förlovadSwedish
- nişanlı, sözlü, meşgulTurkish
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