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committed

adjective
 
 
/kəˈmɪtɪd/
very willing to give your time and energy to something: The level of the bid shows we are very committed and serious. Endowment savings plans are for the committed, long-term investor.
FINANCE money that has been committed to a particular project, investment, etc. is spent on that project: He had raised committed financing of £10.4bn. committed capital
Translations of “committed”
in Korean 헌신적인…
in Arabic مُلْتَزِم, مُتَفَرِّغ لِلشّيء…
in Portuguese dedicado…
in Catalan compromès…
in Japanese 献身的な, 専心している…
in Italian impegnato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 忠誠的, 堅定的, 盡忠職守的…
in Russian преданный…
in Turkish bağlı, sadık, gönül vermiş…
in Chinese (Simplified) 忠诚的, 坚定的, 尽职尽责的…
in Polish oddany…
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