Hindi translation of 'dedicate'
Word forms: dedicates, dedicating, dedicated
2. transitive verb
1. transitive verb
If you say that someone has dedicated themselves to something, you mean that they have given a lot of time and effort to it because they think that it is important.समर्पित करना
He dedicated himself to politics. She dedicated her life to caring for others.
...a dedicated doctor.
dedication uncountable nounसमर्पण mn
...his obvious dedication to the job.
2. transitive verb
If you dedicate something such as a book or a piece of music to someone, you say that it is written for them, as a sign of affection or respect.समर्पित करना
dedicationWord forms: dedications countable nounसमर्पण mn
Such dedications are reserved for special concert guests.
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`The donation required to dedicate a site of this size would be $30,000.STAGE FRIGHT (1999)
Our Memorial Scheme offers the opportunity to dedicate a woodland site as a Perpetual Memorial to a named individual or group.STAGE FRIGHT (1999)
It would be insulting to dedicate a work of fiction, essentially a work of entertainment, to them.WALL GAMES (1999)
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British English: dedicate VERB
If you say that someone has dedicated themselves to something, you approve of the fact that they have decided to give a lot of time and effort to it because they think that it is important.
Back on the island, he dedicated himself to politics.
Translation of dedicate from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary