Definitions and translations for "commit"

Definition of commit

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Verb
1. To give in trust; to put into charge or keeping; to entrust; to consign; -- used with to, unto.
2. To put in charge of a jailor; to imprison.
3. To do; to perpetrate, as a crime, sin, or fault.
4. To join a contest; to match; followed by with.
5. To pledge or bind; to compromise, expose, or endanger by some decisive act or preliminary step; for example to commit oneself to a certain action, to commit oneself to doing something. (Traditionally used only reflexively but now also without oneself etc.)
6. To confound.
7. To commit an offence; especially, to fornicate.
Noun
8. The act of committing (e.g. a database transaction or source code into a source control repository), making it a permanent change.
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English - English - commit

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v. perform, do, execute; offer, pledge (one's loyalty, etc.); be obliged; give, entrust; send to prison, send to an institution (i.e. mental institution)
v. commit

English - Spanish - commit

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v. cometer, perpetrar; consignar

English - French - commit

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v. accomplir, réaliser, exécuter, faire; proposer, offrir, suggérer; promettre, garantir, engager sa parole; être redevable; commettre, perpétrer; confier; charger, remettre; envoyer en prison ou dans une institution

English - German - commit

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v. ausführen; übermitteln; einem Institut oder Gefängnis übergeben

English - Indonesian - commit

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v. melakukan, memperlakukan, berbuat, memperbuat, mengerjakan, menjalankan, mempercayakan, menyerahkan, memasukkan

English - Italian - commit

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v. affidare, consegnare; relegare, mandare; raccomandare; commettere, compiere; impegnare; (rifl) compromettersi, impegnarsi

English - Polish - commit

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v. popełnić, powierzać, oddać, uwięzić, angażować, karta: postawić na kartę, popełniać, powierzyć, oddawać

English - Portuguese - commit

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v. cometer, executar; passar para as mãos de outrem; enviar a uma instituição; mandar para a prisão

English - Romanian - commit

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v. comite, săvârşi, face, făptui, opera, compromite: se compromite, consemna, da în grijă, încredinţa, înregistra, preda un mesaj, obliga: se obliga, lega: se lega la cap, băga în închisoare

English - Russian - commit

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г. совершать, учинить; поручать, вверять; передавать законопроект в комиссию, вводить в дело, предавать огню; помещать (в тюрьму)

English - Turkish - commit

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f. teslim etmek, emanet etmek; önermek, komisyona sunmak; söz vermek, adamak, vâât etmek; suç işlemek, işlemek

English - Ukrainian - commit

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v. вчиняти, доручати, піддавати, чинити

English - Dutch - commit

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ww. uitvoeren; overgeven, overhandigen;opnemen in een gesticht; gevangen zetten

English - Greek - commit

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ρήμ. εμπιστεύομαι, παραδίδω, παραπέμπω, διαπράττω, κάνω

English - Arabic - commit

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‏نفذ، فرض، إقترف، سلم، ودع، حول، إرتكب، ورط، حلف بالزور‏

English - Chinese - commit

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(动) 委托, 押往, 犯罪

English - Chinese - commit

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(動) 委託, 押往, 犯罪

English - Hindi - commit

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v. सौंपना, करना, कर डालना, प्रतिज्ञा करना, फंस जाना, बंध जाना

English - Japanese - commit

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(動) 遂行する; 誓う(忠誠心など); 強制する; 委託する; 投獄する, 施設に送る(精神病の施設など)

English - Korean - commit

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동. 행하다, 수행하다; 제공하다, 서약하다 ( 충성심을 ); 의무를 지우다; 위탁하다, 맡기다; 감옥에 보내다, 정신 병원이나 감화원 등의 기관에 보내다

English - Vietnamese - commit

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v. giao thác, ủy thác, ký thác, hứa, phạm
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Synonyms for commit
1. perpetrate: do, complete, perform, execute, effect, produce
2. entrust: commend, promise, confide, delegate, consign, allocate, appoint
3. institutionalise
4. institutionalize: put away, imprison, confine, lock up
Verb forms for commit
Present participle: committing
Present: commit (3.person: commits)
Past: committed
Future: will commit
Present conditional: would commit
Present Perfect: have committed (3.person: has committed)
Past Perfect: had committed
Future Perfect: will have committed
Past conditional: would have committed