an appointment or arrangement: a business engagement.
betrothal: They announced their engagement.
a pledge; an obligation or agreement: All his time seems to be taken up with social engagements.
employment, or a period or post of employment, especially in the performing arts: Her engagement at the nightclub will last five weeks.
an encounter, conflict, or battle: We have had two very costly engagements with the enemy this week alone.
Mechanics. the act or state of interlocking.
engagements, Commerce. financial obligations.
Origin of engagement
Synonyms for engagement
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a pledge of marriage; betrothal
an appointment or arrangement, esp for business or social purposes
the act of engaging or condition of being engaged
a promise, obligation, or other condition that binds
a period of employment, esp a limited period
an action; battle
(plural) financial obligations
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The entrance of the fetal head or presenting part into the upper opening of the maternal pelvis.
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