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commit

verb /kəˈmit/ ( past tense, past participle committed)
to perform; to do (especially something illegal)
cometer
He committed the murder when he was drunk.
to hand over (a person) to an institution etc for treatment, safekeeping
internar
She was committed to prison.
to put (oneself) under a particular obligation
comprometerse
She has committed herself to looking after her dead brother’s children till the age of 18.
commitment noun obligation
compromiso, obligación
She could not take the job because of family commitments.
committal noun the act of committing (to an institution)
reclusión
his committal to a mental hospital.
committed adjective pledged to do, or to support, something
comprometido, entregado
He was committed to looking after his uncle He is a committed socialist.
(Definition of commit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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