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"committed" in British English

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committedadjective

uk   /kəˈmɪt.ɪd/  us   /-ˈmɪt̬-/
C2 loyal and ​willing to give ​yourtime and ​energy to something that you ​believe in: a committed ​socialist/​Christian/​teacher [after verb] having ​promised to be ​involved in a ​plan of ​action: We are committed towithdrawingourtroops by the end of the ​year.
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(Definition of committed from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"committed" in Business English

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committedadjective

uk   us   /kəˈmɪtɪd/
very ​willing to give your ​time and ​energy to something: The ​level of the ​bidshows we are very committed and serious. Endowment ​savingsplans are for the committed, ​long-terminvestor.
FINANCE money that has been committed to a particular ​project, ​investment, etc. is ​spent on that ​project: He had ​raised committed ​financing of £10.4bn. committed ​capital
(Definition of committed from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “committed”
in Arabic مُلْتَزِم, مُتَفَرِّغ لِلشّيء…
in Korean 헌신적인…
in Portuguese dedicado…
in Catalan compromès…
in Japanese 献身的な, 専心している…
in Chinese (Simplified) 忠诚的, 坚定的, 尽职尽责的…
in Turkish bağlı, sadık, gönül vermiş…
in Russian преданный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 忠誠的, 堅定的, 盡忠職守的…
in Italian impegnato…
in Polish oddany…
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