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commit / cometer
commit   [kəˈmɪt]
A. -transitive verb
1. [+crime, sin, error]   cometer
·to commit [suicide]
2. (=consign)
[+resources]   asignar,   destinar
[+troops]   enviar   (parliament)
[+bill]   remitir a una comisiónoun
·to commit somebody
(to mental hospital)   internar a somebody, someone
a. to commit something to somebody'noun [charge] =   confiar algo a somebody, someone
b. to commit something to the [flames] =   arrojar algo al fuego
c. to commit something to [memory] =   aprender algo de memoria
d. to commit something to [paper] =   poner algo por escrito
e. to commit somebody to [prison] =   encarcelar a somebody, someone
f. to commit somebody for [trial] =   remitir a somebody, someone al tribunal
g. to commit something to [writing] =   poner algo por escrito
3. (=pledge)   comprometer
·accepting this offer does not commit you to anything
·aceptar esta oferta no le compromete a nada
·I am committed to help him
·me he comprometido a ayudarle
·he is committed to change
·está dedicado a buscar una forma de cambiar
·we are deeply committed to this policy
·creemos firmemente en esta política
4. ·to commit o.noun. (to)
·comprometerse (a)
·I can't commit myself
·no puedo comprometerme
·without committing myself
·sin compromiso por mi parte
B. -intransitive verb
·to commit to somebody/something
·comprometerse con somebody, someone/a algo
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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