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  1. en·gross

    /inˈɡrōs/

    verb

  2. Engross | Definition of Engross at Dictionary.com

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    to occupy completely, as the mind or attention; absorb: Their discussion engrossed his attention. She is engrossed in her work. to write or copy in a clear, attractive, large script or in a formal manner, as a public document or record: to engross a deed. to acquire the whole of (a commodity), in order to control the market; monopolize.

  3. 1. to occupy completely, as the mind or attention; absorb: She is engrossed in her work. 2. to write or copy in a clear, attractive, large script or in a formal manner, as a public document or record: to engross a deed. 3. to acquire large quantities of (a commodity) so as to control the market; monopolize.

  4. Engross | Definition of Engross by Merriam-Webster

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    Definition of engross. engrossed; engrossing; engrosses. transitive verb. 1 a : to copy or write in a large hand. b : to prepare the usually final handwritten or printed text of (an official document)

  5. Engross definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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    Definition of engross from the Collins English Dictionary. Subordination. When two or more clauses are joined by a conjunction other than and, but, or, or yet, one of the clauses is the main clause; the other clauses are subordinate clauses. The different types of subordin...

  6. Definition of engross - Absorb all the attention or interest of., Produce (a legal document, especially a deed or statute) in its final form.

  7. Engross dictionary definition | engross defined

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    engross definition: To engross is defined as to take all of someone's attention. (verb) When a book is fascinating and takes all your attention, this is an example of when you engross yourself in the book....

  8. Engross - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

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    engross in (something) To capture and hold someone's interest in something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "engross" and "in." Dad is engrossed in fixing the ...

  9. ENGROSS | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    Examples of “engross” These examples are from the Cambridge English Corpus and from sources on the web. Any opinions in the examples do not represent the opinion of the Cambridge Dictionary editors or of Cambridge University Press or its licensors.

  10. Definition of "Engross" at Define.com Simple Ad-Free English Dictionary with Hyperlinks to The Free World Bank on Amazon S3

  11. Engross legal definition of engross - Legal Dictionary

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    Engross. Engrossment is also used to describe a step in the enactment of statutes. During the legislative process, a bill may be debated, read, altered, or amended until it is ultimately passed in a final form. The process of engrossing is the printing of an act in its final form and its enrollment. West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2.