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pledge

noun /pledʒ/
a promise
promesa
He gave me his pledge.
something given by a person who is borrowing money etc to the person he has borrowed it from, to be kept until the money etc is returned
prenda
He borrowed $20 and left his watch as a pledge.
a sign or token
señal
They exchanged rings as a pledge of their love.
Translations of “pledge”
in Korean 맹세…
in Arabic تَعهّد…
in French promesse, parole, gage…
in Italian impegno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 誓言, 諾言, 保證…
in Russian обещание, обет…
in Turkish taahhüt, söz, namus sözü…
in Polish przyrzeczenie, zobowiązanie…
in Portuguese promessa, compromisso…
in German das Versprechen, das Pfand, der Beweis…
in Catalan promesa, compromís…
in Japanese 固い約束, 公約, 誓約…
in Chinese (Simplified) 誓言, 诺言, 保证…
(Definition of pledge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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