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com·mit

 (kə-mĭt′)
v. com·mit·ted, com·mit·ting, com·mits
v.tr.
1. To do, perform, or perpetrate: commit a murder.
2. To put in trust or charge; entrust: commit oneself to the care of a doctor; commit responsibilities to an assistant.
3. To consign for future use or for preservation: We must commit the necessary funds for the project.
4. To place officially in confinement or custody, as in a mental health facility.
5. To put into a place to be disposed of or kept safe: committed the manuscript to the flames.
6.
a. To make known the views of (oneself) on an issue: I never commit myself on such issues.
b. To bind, obligate, or devote, as by a pledge: They were committed to follow orders. She committed herself to her art.
7. To refer (a legislative bill, for example) to a committee.
v.intr.
To pledge, obligate, or devote one's own self: felt that he was too young to commit fully to marriage.

[Middle English committen, from Latin committere : com-, com- + mittere, to send.]

com·mit′ta·ble adj.
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committed

(kəˈmɪtɪd)
adj
1. having a strong commitment to an ideology, religion, etc
2. supporting; in favour of
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.committed - bound or obligated, as under a pledge to a particular cause, action, or attitude; "committed church members"; "a committed Marxist"
uncommitted - not bound or pledged
2.committed - associated in an exclusive sexual relationshipcommitted - associated in an exclusive sexual relationship
loving - feeling or showing love and affection; "loving parents"; "loving glances"
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committed

adjective
1. dedicated, devoted, loyal, intent, faithful, devout, resolute, adherent, dutiful He said the government remained committed to attaining peace.
2. pledged, involved, promised, tied, engaged, obliged, duty-bound It would have meant cancelling several meetings which I was already committed to.
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Translations
مُلْتَزِم بِ
angažovanýzavázaný
engagere sig
elkötelezett
skuldbundinn; staîfastur
angažovaný
kendini adamış

committed

[kəˈmɪtɪd] ADJcomprometido
a committed writerun escritor comprometido
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committed

[kəˈmɪtɪd] adj
[writer, politician] → engagé(e); [Christian] → convaincu(e)
to be committed to sth [+ aim] → être attaché(e) à qch
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committed

adj (= dedicated)engagiert; he is so committed to his work that …er geht so in seiner Arbeit auf, dass …; all his life he has been committed to this causeer hat sich sein Leben lang für diese Sache eingesetzt
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committed

[kəˈmɪtɪd] adj (Christian) → convinto/a; (writer) → impegnato/a
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commit

(kəˈmit) past tense past participle comˈmitted verb
1. to perform; to do (especially something illegal). He committed the murder when he was drunk.
2. to hand over (a person) to an institution etc for treatment, safekeeping etc. committed to prison.
3. to put (oneself) under a particular obligation. She has committed herself to looking after her dead brother's children till the age of 18.
comˈmitment noun
obligation. She could not take the job because of family commitments.
comˈmittal noun
the act of committing (to an institution).
comˈmitted adjective
pledged to do, or to support, something. He was committed to looking after his uncle; He is a committed socialist.
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