There are 2 translations of vow in Spanish:

vow1

Pronunciation: /vaʊ/

n

  • voto (masculine), promesa (feminine) vow of poverty/chastity voto de pobreza/de castidad he made a vow never to see her again prometió solemnemente no volver a verla, juró que no la volvería a ver to take (one's) vows [Religion/Religión] hacer* los votos, profesar
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    • Who would have guessed someone so young could make such a solemn vow and keep it for over fifty years.
    • It is one thing for adults to take vows and fulfil them, and quite another when a vow is taken in the name of a child.
    • Kirkstall was founded as a result of a solemn vow made by Henry de Lacy of Pontefract Castle.

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There are 2 translations of vow in Spanish:

vow2

vt

  • [allegiance/obedience/loyalty] jurar, hacer* voto de [formal]to vow to + infinitive/infinitivo I vowed to avenge my brother juré que vengaría a mi hermano I vowed I'd never drink again juré que no volvería a beber I vow never to rest until … juro no descansar hasta …
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    • Campaigners have vowed to continue their fight to try to stop homes being built on part of a school site in Clacton.
    • Furious families today vowed to fight developers for the fourth time to save their last piece of open space.
    • Councillors have vowed to continue to reduce the number of homeless families in Southend.

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Word of the day espárrago
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Cultural fact of the day

Junta Autonómica is the name given to the governments of Spain's autonomous regions, with the exception of Catalonia and Valencia's Generalitat and Galicia's Xunta.