participated, past tense; participated, past participle; participates, 3rd person singular present; participating, present participle;
thousands participated in a nationwide strike
Have or possess (a particular quality)
both members participate of harmony
share in something
enter: become a participant; be involved in; "enter a race"; "enter an agreement"; "enter a drug treatment program"; "enter negotiations"
(participating) active: taking part in an activity; "an active member of the club"; "he was politically active"; "the participating organizations"
(participation) engagement: the act of sharing in the activities of a group; "the teacher tried to increase his students' engagement in class activities"
(participation) the condition of sharing in common with others (as fellows or partners etc.)
(participatory) affording the opportunity for individual participation; "participatory democracy"
(Participation (Finance)) In finance, a Bond+Option is a capital guarantee product that provides an investor with a fixed, predetermined participation to an option. Buying the zero-coupon bond ensures the guarantee of the capital, and the remaining proceeds are used to buy an option.
(Participatory) Participation in social science refers to different mechanisms for the public to express opinions - and ideally exert influence - regarding political, economic, management or other social decisions. ...
To join in, to take part, to involve oneself; To share (something) with others; to transfer (something) to or unto others
(participation) the act or process of participating; the state of being related to a larger whole; the process during which individuals, groups and organizations are consulted about or have the opportunity to become actively involved in a project or program of activity; An ownership interest or ...
(participates) The connection of a model element to a relationship or to a reified relationship. For example, a class participates in an association, an actor participates in a use case.
(PARTICIPATES) When this column is used, it refers to pricing in other tariffs in which the specific account participates. When this is the only column heading, the information provided is strictly for the purpose of cross referencing additional pricing provisions. ...
A participating physician or supplier is one who voluntarily enters into an agreement to accept Medicare assignment for all Medicare patients’ covered services as payment in full. Medicare's payment will be made directly to the participating provider. ...
(Participating (Par)) A physician or other healthcare practitioner who has completed the credentialing process and signed a contract with the health plan to deliver medical services to members. Other Glossary Term(s): Non-Participating
(Participating) Some companies, generally mutual companies, offer policies that participate in the divisible surplus of the company. These are called dividends and are a return of unneeded premium. Non participating policies do not participate in the financial position of the company. ...
(Participating) The term given to any State or local government that HUD has designated to administer a HOME Program. ...
Participating Budget locations take part in our special promotional car rental offers or deals. Since some locations are privately owned and operated, participation in offers is optional.
(Participation) A type of mortgage where the lender receives a percentage of the gross revenue in addition to the mortgage payments.
(Participation) or ‘participatory culture’, is used to described a way of doing things in which people use social media to share and collaborate. ...
(Participation) is involvement in a life situation. 
(Participation) taking part and having some influence over decisions and actions.
(Participation) The process of taking part with the aim of making a difference to the status quo.
(1. Participation) This Agreement shall begin on the date of acceptance of this agreement by the reseller, unless earlier terminated according to its terms. The Agreement will be automatically renewed by IBackup on an annual basis, unless either party submits a notice of non-renewal. ...
(PARTICIPATION) A television program sponsorship pattern in which a number of advertisers are rotated through segments of the program. A "participating" sponsor has no program content or station lineup control. Usually, their sponsorship commitment is limited to a relatively short period.
(PARTICIPATION) Charity raffles are open to persons age 18 and over. Since charitable raffle laws are different in every country, it is your responsibility to ensure, before accepting and agreeing to these Terms and Conditions, that participating in a charitable raffle is legal where you reside. ...