English → English - engagement

Pronunciation
n. commitment, obligation; betrothal, promise to marry; period of employment; battle, fight; (Obstetrics) entrance of the fetal head or lowermost part of the fetus drops and descends into the pelvic canal
n. commitment, obligation, promise
n. engagement, commitment, involvement, pledge, connection, connexion, committing, joining, obligation, undertaking, recognizance, bond, adherence, cultivation, entrusting, plight, binding, covenant

English → Spanish - engagement

Pronunciation
s. compromiso, cita; enlace, vínculo; enfrentamiento, batalla, choque, combate, confrontación, encuentro; engranaje

English → French - engagement

Pronunciation
n. engagement, obligation; promesse, fiançailles

English → German - engagement

Pronunciation
n. Verpflichtung; Verbindlichkeit, Engagement; Verlobung

English → Indonesian - engagement

Pronunciation
n. janji, perjanjian, pertunangan, perjanjian pemakaian, pertempuran

English → Italian - engagement

Pronunciation
s. impegno, promessa; obbligo, dovere; fidanzamento; appuntamento; (Mil) scontro, combattimento; (Mecc) ingranamento

English → Polish - engagement

Pronunciation
n. obietnica, przyrzeczenie, umówione spotkanie, zajęcie, zaangażowanie, zaręczyny, narzeczeństwo, bitwa
a. zaręczynowy

English → Portuguese - engagement

Pronunciation
s. compromisso; noivado

English → Romanian - engagement

Pronunciation
n. angajament, invitaţie, angajare, promisiune, logodnă, ocupaţie, treabă, întâlnire, bătălie {mil.}, luptă {mil.}, ambreiaj {tehn.}

English → Russian - engagement

Pronunciation
с. дело, занятие; обязательство; помолвка; приглашение, ангажемент, встреча, свидание; стычка, бой; зацепление; включение

English → Turkish - engagement

Pronunciation
i. söz, nişanlanma, sözleşme, nişan, taahhüt, yükümlülük, sorumluluk, randevu, uğraş, birbirine geçme, çarpışma

English → Ukrainian - engagement

Pronunciation
n. заняття, діло, запрошення, зобов'язання, заручення, заручини, обручення

French → English - engagement

Pronunciation
(m) n. engagement, commitment, involvement, pledge, connection, connexion, committing, joining, obligation, undertaking, recognizance, bond, adherence, cultivation, entrusting, plight, binding, covenant

German → English - engagement

Pronunciation
n. commitment, obligation; betrothal, promise to marry; period of employment; battle, fight; (Obstetrics) entrance of the fetal head or lowermost part of the fetus drops and descends into the pelvic canal

Italian → English - engagement

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n. engagement, commitment

Dutch → English - engagement

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n. engagement

English → Dutch - engagement

Pronunciation
zn. verplichting; verloving

English → Greek - engagement

Pronunciation
ουσ. αρραβώνες, ασχολία, υπόσχεση, συμπλοκή, μνηστεία, σύμπλεξη

French → Spanish - engagement

Pronunciation
1. (dossier) cometido (m) 2. (général) promesa (f)
3. (promesse) compromiso (m) 4. (accord) compromiso (m)
5. (conduite) compromiso (m)

German → Spanish - engagement

Pronunciation
n. compromiso (m), contrata (f)

French → German - engagement

Pronunciation
n. verpflichtung, anstellung, anmeldung, einsatz, anwurf, revers, engagement, anspiel, gefecht

French → Italian - engagement

Pronunciation
1. (dossier) impegno (m) 2. (général) promessa solenne; impegno (m)
3. (promesse) impegno (m) 4. (accord) impegno (m)
5. (conduite) impegno (m)

French → Portuguese - engagement

Pronunciation
1. (dossier) engajamento (m); dedicação (f) 2. (général) promessa solene
3. (promesse) compromisso (m) 4. (accord) compromisso (m)
5. (conduite) empenho (m); esforço (m)

French → Russian - engagement

Pronunciation
n. закладывание (m), залог (m), обязательство (m), облигация (m), помолвка (m), свидание (m), бой (m), присоединение (тех.) (m), сцепление (тех.) (m), зацепление (тех.) (m)
захват (валками) (тех.) (m), врезание (m), навинчивание (тех.) (m), закусывание (тех.) (m), включение (прибора) (тех.) (m), неустойчивость (тех.) (m)

French → Turkish - engagement

Pronunciation
[le] rehine koyma; verilen söz, taahhüt; gönüllü (asker) yazılma; çarpışma; taraf tutma; mukavele

German → French - engagement

Pronunciation
n. acharnement (m), engagement (m)

German → Italian - engagement

Pronunciation
n. scrittura (f), impegno (m), ingaggio (m)

German → Russian - engagement

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n. приглашение на работу (n), ангажемент (n), обязательство (n), активность (n)

German → Turkish - engagement

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i. iş verme (n), yüklenme (n), dansa davet (n)

Dutch → French - engagement

Pronunciation
1. (studieproject) engagement (m)
2. (gedrag) engagement (m)

French → Dutch - engagement

Pronunciation
1. (dossier) engagement (n); geëngageerdheid (f) 2. (général) plechtige belofte (f); toezegging (f)
3. (promesse) verplichting (f); verbintenis (f) 4. (accord) afspraak (m/f)
5. (conduite) engagement (n)

German → Dutch - engagement

Pronunciation
engagement

English → Arabic - engagement

Pronunciation
‏خطوبة، تعهد، إشتباك، معركة، خطبة خطوبة، إرتباط، وعد، موعد، عقد، عمل‏
‏تعشق‏

English → Chinese - engagement

Pronunciation
(名) 诺言, 婚约, 约会

English → Chinese - engagement

Pronunciation
(名) 諾言, 婚約, 約會

English → Hindi - engagement

Pronunciation
n. काम, कार्य, पेशा, व्यवसाय, मंगनी, सगाई

English → Japanese - engagement

Pronunciation
(名) 約束; 契約; 婚約; 債務; 雇用

English → Korean - engagement

Pronunciation
명. 계약, 서약; 약혼, 결혼 약속; 고용기간; 교전

English → Vietnamese - engagement

Pronunciation
n. lời hứa, lời ước, khế ước, sự thuê, mướn thợ, sự mộ lính, lể đính hôn, hôn ước, cuộc chiến đấu, trận đánh

German → Chinese - engagement

Pronunciation
[das] pl.Engagements 诺言。承诺。婚约。

Definition of engagement

Pronunciation
Noun
1. An appointment, especially to speak or perform
The lecturer has three speaking engagements this week.
2. Connection or attachment
Check the gears for full engagement before turning the handle.
3. (countable or uncountable) the period of time when marriage is planned or promised
We are enjoying a long engagement, but haven't yet set a date.
4. In any situation of conflict, an actual instance of active hostilities.
The engagement resulted in many casualties.
5. The point at which the fencers are close enough to join blades, or to make an effective attack during an encounter.
After engagement it quickly became clear which of the fencers was going to prevail.
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