English translation of समर्पित करना
समर्पित करनाPowered by COBUILD /samarpita karana/
Definitions and Translations
/samarpita karana, samarpita karanA, samarpita karanaa, samarpit karanā/
1. commit transitive verb
If you commit yourself to a way of life or course of action, you accept it fully or definitely decide to do it.
⇒ Mary committed herself to becoming a teacher.
2. commit transitive verb
To commit money or resources to something means to use them for a particular purpose.
⇒ The agencies refused to commit funds to the hospital.
3. dedicate 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.
⇒ He dedicated himself to politics. ⇒ She dedicated her life to caring for others.
4. dedicate 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.
5. devote transitive verb
If you devote yourself, your time, or your energy to something, you spend all or most of your time or energy on it.
⇒ He abandoned politics and devoted himself to business.
6. yield transitive verb
If you yield something that you have control of or responsibility for, you allow someone else to have control or responsibility.
⇒ The President is now under pressure to yield power to the republics.
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Translation of समर्पित करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary