Definition of dedicated in English:


Line breaks: dedi|cated
Pronunciation: /ˈdɛdɪkeɪtɪd


  • 2Exclusively allocated to or intended for a particular purpose: a dedicated high-speed rail link from the Channel Tunnel
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    • This allows problems on a network to be diagnosed and reported in a variety of ways, be it by e-mail, web page or dedicated terminal.
    • With a desktop pc, you can buy a dedicated graphics card just to serve a graphics intensive application.
    • Second Harvest created a dedicated Web page for the newsletter readers with links to further information on the topics that were covered in the newsletter.



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  • Nick Land was the key figure here, in that it was he who was able to hold, for a while, a position ‘within’ a university philosophy department whilst dedicatedly opening up connections to the outside.
  • But that doesn't stop photographer James dedicatedly doing his job as he crouches on the runway to capture the touchdown for prosperity.
  • The last time I remember ever having dedicatedly listened to radio was almost fourteen years ago.

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