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Explanation: This may sound simple, but often this term can be used to explain the skill and attention needed to handle the task or event in question. It can be kick-off as well in other contexts.
The second "engagé" could be either competitive or that requires concentration
Explanation: The notion behind "engagement" is generally one of commitment in some form of another...
especially where one is committed to a cause or to doing something.
In the first sentence, "engagement" might also be translated with the do-er's "will"... you have to really *want* it and be willing to do what it takes.
For the second, the same notion is in play but an alternative to "commitment" could also be "to the utmost", "total" or "all the way"... as if one were fully commited to freestyle, doing it totally, completely and without any form of hesitation.
LAC United States Local time: 16:39 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 45