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ally to take part in an alliance. [1/5 definitions]
available qualified and willing to serve, take part in something, or take on a responsibility. [1/2 definitions]
banquet to take part in a banquet as host or guest. [1/4 definitions]
bystander someone who is present at an occurrence only by chance or does not take part in it.
compete to take part in organized contests or games. [1/2 definitions]
crusade to take part in a crusade. [1/4 definitions]
dance to take part in (a dance). [1/9 definitions]
demonstrate to give, stage, or take part in a demonstration. [1/4 definitions]
enter to take part (usu. fol. by "into"). [1/11 definitions]
hijack to take part in hijacking. [1/5 definitions]
onboard agreeing to take part in or support. [1/4 definitions]
partake to take part; participate (usu. fol. by "in"). [2/4 definitions]
participate to take part; share (usu. fol. by "in").
play to take part in (a game or contest). [1/22 definitions]
psychodrama a method of psychological group therapy in which individuals take part in dramatizations of emotionally important situations.
quest to search for something; take part in a quest. [1/4 definitions]
race1 to take part in a contest of speed. [1/8 definitions]
rehearse to take part in a rehearsal. [1/4 definitions]
scuffle to take part in a brief, confused fight among a few people. [1/3 definitions]
semifinalist one, esp. an athlete, that is qualified to take part in a semifinal contest.
skirmisher a soldier who is part of a group stationed next to or in front of a larger battalion. Skirmishers take part in minor preliminary battles with enemy troops and serve to protect the larger body of their own troops.