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commitment

US [kəˈmɪtmənt]
UK [kə'mɪtmənt]
  • n.承诺;投入;保证;许诺
  • Web承担义务;委身;奉献
Plural Form:commitments  
commitment
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n.
1.
[c][u]
承诺;许诺;允诺承担;保证a promise to do sth or to behave in a particular way; a promise to support sb/sth; the fact of committing yourself
She doesn't want to make a big emotional commitment to Steve at the moment.
她不想在此刻对史蒂夫在感情上作出重大的承诺。
the government's commitment to public services
政府对公共服务作出的承诺
The company's commitment to providing quality at a reasonable price has been vital to its success.
这家公司保证供货质优价廉的承诺对它的成功起了决定性的作用。
2.
[u]
~ (to sb/sth)
(对工作或活动的)献身,奉献,投入the willingness to work hard and give your energy and time to a job or an activity
A career as an actor requires one hundred per cent commitment.
干演员这一行需要百分之百的投入。
3.
[c]
已承诺(或同意)的事;不得不做的事a thing that you have promised or agreed to do, or that you have to do
He's busy for the next month with filming commitments.
他正忙于准备已经承诺下个月接拍的电影工作。
Women very often have to juggle work with their family commitments.
妇女经常要工作和家庭两头忙。
4.
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~ (of sth) (to sth)
花费,使用(资金、时间、人力)agreeing to use money, time or people in order to achieve sth
the commitment of resources to education
对教育的资源投入
Achieving success at this level requires a commitment of time and energy.
取得这种水平的成就需要花费时间和精力。

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