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Translation of compromiso in English:

sustantivo masculino

  • 1 1.1 (obligación) See examples: no respetó el compromiso adquirido con el electorado
    he reneged on the commitment o pledge he had made to the electorate
    ha contraído el compromiso de educarlos en la fe católica
    she has undertaken o pledged to bring them up in the Catholic faith
    solicite, sin compromiso alguno, nuestro folleto informativo
    ask/send for our brochure without obligation
    los invitó por compromiso
    she felt obliged to invite them
    she invited them out of a sense of duty
    no les voy a regalar nada, yo con ellos no tengo ningún compromiso
    I'm not going to give them anything, I'm under no obligation to them
    no le regales nada, lo pones en un compromiso
    don't buy him anything or you'll make him feel he has to buy you something
    soltero y sin compromiso
    free and single
    [humorístico] [humorístico]
    In Other Dictionaries
    Translate footloose and fancy-free into German
    1.2 (de un artista, escritor)
    political commitment
  • 5 (apuro)
    awkward situation
    me pones en un compromiso
    you're putting me in an awkward position
  • 6 (Medicina)un golpe en la cabeza con compromiso cerebral
    a blow to the head affecting the brain
Example sentences
  • Ganas, interés, compromiso con la comunidad y trabajo en equipo.
  • Os animo a seguir participando, con la misma formalidad, compromiso y responsabilidad.
  • Además, Italia tiene fuertes compromisos de deuda que se vencen este año.

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