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pledge

verb
to give to someone when borrowing money etc empeñar She pledged her watch.
Translations of “pledge”
in Arabic يَتَعهّد…
in Korean 맹세하다, 공약하다…
in Malaysian mencagarkan…
in French mettre en gage…
in Turkish söz vermek, vaat etmek, and içmek…
in Italian impegnare, garantire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 發誓, 保證…
in Russian давать обещание…
in Polish zadeklarować…
in Vietnamese đặt vật làm tin…
in Portuguese prometer…
in Thai ค้ำประกัน…
in German verpfänden…
in Catalan prometre…
in Japanese ~を固く約束する, 誓約する, 誓う…
in Indonesian menjaminkan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发誓, 保证…
(Definition of pledge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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