Answer to English Grammar Question 724

what is the meaning of these two words:disharmony and involve

From member: Mona in United Arab Emirates


DISHARMONY: discord, dissonance (Oxford English Dictionary)
When two musical instruments do not play the same music they are 'disharmonious'
When two people argue we can say they are 'disharmonious'
INVOLVE: This depends on the context that it is in.
It can mean 'complicated', 'It was a very involved argument', or it can mean 'implicated', for example, in a crime, 'She was involved in the murder of the Countess', or it can mean 'participate in', James is involved in a lot of charitable work'.

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