Translation of dedicated in Spanish:

dedicated

Pronunciation: /ˈdedɪkeɪtəd; ˈdedɪkeɪtɪd/

adj

  • 1 [musician/nurse/teacher] de gran dedicación, dedicado or entregado a su ( or mi etc) trabajo she's a dedicated mother es una madre entregada a sus hijos to be dedicated to sth estar* dedicado or entregado a algo he was absolutely dedicated to his work estaba completamente dedicado or entregado a su trabajo
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    • A great Christian, she was dedicated to her God and her church and gave many hours of dedicated service to the Cathedral in Ballina.
    • Tributes were paid to Willie Healy who stepped down as treasurer after many years of devoted and dedicated service.
    • Many important decisions were approved and the Chairman thanked the committee for their dedicated voluntary service for the good of the parish.
  • 2 [Comput] (before n) [word processor/terminal/hardware] dedicado
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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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