take part in

take part in
اِشْتَركَ \ be in for: to be going to take part in (a race, an exam, etc.): Are you in for the long jump?. take part in: to join with other people in doing (sth.): How many people took part in the game?. join in: to take part: The game has begun, but you can join in. Do you want to join in the game?;. go in for: to enter for; arrange to take (an examination) or take part in (a competition): I’m going in for the long jump. participate: to share or take part (esp. in some activity): They bought the girl who was leaving a gift, and asked me to participate (in giving money). \ See Also شارَكَ في

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