Definition of 'dedicate'
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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.
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