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Turkish translation of “commit”

commit

verb [T]
 
 
/kəˈmɪt/ (present participle committing, past tense and past participle committed)
CRIME B2 to do something that is considered wrong, or that is illegal
(yasa dışı iş, suç vb.) işlemek, yapmak
He was sent to prison for a crime that he didn't commit. to commit suicide/adultery Obeying and breaking the lawObedient and compliantDisobedientBad and wrong behaviourCrime - general words
DECISION to make a firm decision that you will do something
kesin karar vermek, kendini sorumlu kılmak
He committed himself to helping others.Making and breaking promises and commitments
not commit yourself to refuse to express an opinion about a particular subject
bir konuda fikrini açıklamayı reddetmek, söz vermemek, bağlanmamak
Digressing and being indirect or evasiveMoving in order to avoid contactNot saying much
MONEY/TIME If you commit money, time, energy, etc to something, you use it to try to achieve something.
(para, zaman, enerji vb.) ayırmak, vakfetmek, sarfetmek
The government has committed thousands of pounds to the research.Investing money
(Definition of commit from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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