Synonyms of commit
1 doDictionary • I have never committed any crime.
do • I was trying to do some work.
perform • people who have performed outstanding acts of bravery
execute • The landing was skilfully executed.
enact • She enacted the stories told to her by her father.
perpetrate • What kind of person perpetrated this crime?
2 giveDictionary • The government have committed billions of pounds for a programme to reduce acid rain.
give • This recipe was given to me years ago.
deliver • He was led in handcuffs and delivered over to me.
deposit • You are advised to deposit valuables in the hotel safe.
commend (formal) • Lord, unto Thy hands I commend my spirit.
entrust • her reluctance to entrust her children to the care of someone else
consign • For decades, many of his works were consigned to the basements of museums.
PHRASAL VERB:▷ commit yourself to something
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• Lord, unto Thy hands I commend my spirit.
confineIf someone is confined to a mental institution, prison, or other place, they are sent there and are not allowed to leave for a period of time.
• He has been confined to his barracks.
consignTo consign something or someone to a place where they will be forgotten about, or to an unpleasant situation or place, means to put them there.
• For decades, many of his works were consigned to the basements of museums.
Thesaurus for commit from the Collins English Thesaurus
to hand over, as for safekeeping; charge; entrust
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