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devote

verb /diˈvəut/
(with to) to give up wholly to or use entirely for
dedicar(se)
She devotes her life to music.
devoted adjective (sometimes with to) loving and loyal
leal, fiel
a devoted friend I am devoted to him.
(with to) given up (to)
dedicado
He is devoted to his work.
devotee /devəˈtiː/ noun a keen follower; an enthusiast
devoto
a devotee of football.
devotion noun great love
cariño, afecto, amor
She had an her undying devotion for her children.
the act of devoting or of being devoted
devoción, dedicación
Her devotion to duty was admirable.
(Definition of devote from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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