Sinonimi inglese britannico
(verbo ) 
Definition
to specify (something) as a condition of an agreement
International rules stipulate the number of foreign entrants.
Sinonimi
specify
He has not specified what action he would like them to take.
,
state
Clearly state your address and telephone number.
, , ,
promise
They promised they would deliver it on Friday.
,
contract
He has contracted to lease part of the collection to a museum in Japan.
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guarantee
We guarantee to refund your money if you are not delighted with your purchase.
, ,
pledge
I pledge that by next year we will have the problem solved.
,
lay down
,
covenant
In the deed of separation, she covenanted that she would not revoke her will.
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insist upon
,
lay down or impose conditions

sinonimi aggiuntivi

in the sense of contract
Definition
to make a formal agreement with (a person or company) to do or deliver (something)
He has contracted to lease part of the collection to a museum in Japan.
Sinonimi
come to terms,
shake hands,
make a deal,
commit yourself,
enter into an agreement
in the sense of covenant
Definition
to agree by a legal covenant
In the deed of separation, she covenanted that she would not revoke her will.
in the sense of engage
Definition
to promise to do something
Sinonimi
vow,
vouch,
obligate,
betroth (archaic),
affiance

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