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dedicate

verb /ˈdedikeit/
to give up wholly to; to devote to
dedicar, consagrar, sacrificar
He dedicated his life to good works.
to set apart, especially for a holy or sacred purpose
dedicar, consagrar
He decided to dedicate a chapel to his wife’s memory.
(of an author etc ) to state that (a book etc) is in honour of someone
dedicar
He dedicated the book to his father She dedicated the song to her friend.
dedicated adjective spending a great deal of one’s time and energy on a subject, one’s job etc
dedicado, entregado
She’s a dedicated teacher He is dedicated to his music.
dedication noun the quality of being dedicated; the act of dedicating
dedicación, consagración
His dedication to duty was admirable.
the words dedicating a book to someone
dedicatoria
We can put the dedication at the top of the page.
(Definition of dedicate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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