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vow

verb [T] uk   /vaʊ/ us  
C2 to make a determined decision or promise to do something: [+ (that)] The guerrillas vowed (that) they would overthrow the government. [+ to infinitive] After the awful meals we had last Christmas, I vowed to do more of the cooking myself.
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vow

noun [C] uk   /vaʊ/ us  
C2 a serious promise or decision: [+ to infinitive] She took/made a vow never to lend money to anyone again.
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Traducciones de “vow”
en español voto, promesa solemne…
en francés vœu…
en alemán das Gelübte…
en chino (tradicionál) 發誓,立誓…
en ruso давать обет, клясться…
en turco söz vermek, yemin etmek, ant içmek…
en chino (simplificado) 发誓,立誓…
en polaco przyrzekać, przysięgać…
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