• (verb): Share in something.
    Synonyms: take part
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on participate:

Solomon Islands National Cricket Team - History - Tournament History - South Pacific Games
... 1979 Did not participate 1987 Did not participate 1991 Bronze medal or 4th place 2003 Did not participate 2007 Did not participate ...
Svenska Fotbollpokalen 1903 II - Participating Clubs
... spell AIK Semi-final 1899 ... Djurgårdens IF Semi-final 1899 ... IF Drott Did not participate 1903 II 1903 II IFK Eskilstuna Did not participate 1903 ... II ...
Slovakia Women's National Ice Hockey Team - European Championship Record
... IIHF European Women Championships 1989 - Did not participate 1991 - Did not participate 1993 - Did not participate 1995 - Finished 10th 1996 - Finished 10th ...
St. Mildred's-Lightbourn School - Global Studies
... variety of opportunities for students to participate in exchanges and travel to other areas on the globe ... a 10 day block S4 has a 15 day block S5 has a 25 day block Grade 6 students participate in a 'near adventure' that is made up of a water activity day facilitated by World Challenge ... S1 students participate in their 'near adventure' by staying overnight at Canterbury Hills Conference Centre in Ancaster, and the students have the ...
Spain Men's National Water Polo Team - Results - Olympic Games
1900 — Didn't participate 1904 — Didn't participate 1908 — Didn't participate 1912 — Didn't participate 1920 — 9th place 1924 — 8th place 1928 — 1/8 ...

More definitions of "participate":

  • (verb): Become a participant; be involved in.
    Synonyms: enter

Famous quotes containing the word participate:

    That children link us with the future is hardly news. . . . When we participate in the growth of children, a sense of wonder must take hold of us, providing for us a sense of future. Without the intimation of concrete individual futures, it is hardly worth bothering with social change and improvement.
    Greta Hofmann Nemiroff (20th century)

    What causes adolescents to rebel is not the assertion of authority but the arbitrary use of power, with little explanation of the rules and no involvement in decision-making. . . . Involving the adolescent in decisions doesn’t mean that you are giving up your authority. It means acknowledging that the teenager is growing up and has the right to participate in decisions that affect his or her life.
    Laurence Steinberg (20th century)

    We all participate in weaving the social fabric; we should therefore all participate in patching the fabric when it develops holes—mismatches between old expectations and current realities.
    Anne C. Weisberg (20th century)