Definition of 'dedicated'
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I've had an entire team dedicated to this one pitch full time. BETTER THAN THIS (2002)He wondered, however, if a nation dedicated to worship of the brilliant would have been any better. MURDER SONG (2002)I've often been told I come over as a dedicated career woman. OUT OF THE ASHES (2002)
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Translations for 'dedicated'
British English: dedicated /ˈdɛdɪˌkeɪtɪd/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe a person as dedicated, you mean that they are devoted to a particular purpose or cause.
...a dedicated doctor.
- American English: dedicated
- Arabic: مُتَفَرِّغٌ لِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: dedicado
- Chinese: 一心一意的
- Croatian: posvećen
- Czech: horlivý
- Danish: hengiven
- Dutch: toegewijd
- European Spanish: dedicado
- Finnish: vannoutunut
- French: dévoué
- German: engagiert
- Greek: αφιερωμένος
- Italian: dedito
- Japanese: 専用の
- Korean: 헌신적인
- Norwegian: engasjert
- Polish: oddany
- European Portuguese: dedicado
- Romanian: devotat
- Russian: назначенный
- Spanish: dedicado
- Swedish: hängiven
- Thai: ซึ่งอุทิศตัวเพื่อ
- Turkish: adanmış
- Ukrainian: присвячений
- Vietnamese: tận tâm
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