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commit British & World English

Perpetrate or carry out (a mistake, crime, or immoral act)

suicide British & World English

The action of killing oneself intentionally

commit something to in commit British & World English

Transfer something to (a state or place where it can be kept or preserved)

commit oneself to in commit British & World English

Resolve to remain in a long-term emotional relationship with (someone)

adultery British & World English

Voluntary sexual intercourse between a married person and a person who is not their spouse

overcommit British & World English

Oblige (someone) to do more than they are capable of, especially to repay a loan they cannot afford

commit English Thesaurus

he was on trial for a murder he had not committed

commit English-Spanish


to commit murder in murder English-Spanish

cometer un asesinato

to commit perjury in perjury English-Spanish

cometer perjurio, jurar en falso, perjurar(se)

to commit an offense in offense English-Spanish

cometer una infracción

to make o commit a gaffe in gaffe English-Spanish

meter la pata familiar/colloquial, pifiarla familiar/colloquial, cometer una

to commit sth to sb's care in commit English-Spanish

confiar* algo al cuidado de algn

to commit sth/sb to the flames in commit English-Spanish

entregar* algo/a algn a las llamas

she wasn't keen to commit herself in keen English-Spanish

se mostró reacia a comprometerse, no quería comprometerse

she wouldn't commit herself beyond vague promises in beyond English-Spanish

no quiso comprometerse más allá de hacer algunas vagas promesas

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