Sinônimos de promise
to undertake to give (something to someone)They promised they would deliver it on Friday.
We guarantee to refund your money if you are not delighted with your purchase.
I pledge that by next year we will have the problem solved.
She vowed that some day she would return to live in France.
Alan swore that he would do everything in his power to help us.
He has contracted to lease part of the collection to a museum in Japan.
Last night's victory has assured their promotion.
He undertook to edit the text himself.
The ship owner must warrant that his vessel is seaworthy.
He got down on bended knee and plighted his troth.
International rules stipulate the number of foreign entrants.
take an oath,
give an undertaking to,
cross your heart,
give your word
to show signs ofThe seminar promises to be most instructive.
an undertaking to do or not do somethingIf you make a promise, you should keep it.
We can give no guarantee that their demands will be met.
He simply cannot be trusted to keep his word.
I'm not about to betray my bond with my brother.
Most people still take their marriage vows seriously.
We made a commitment to keep working together.
a pledge to step up cooperation between the states
The new owners gave an undertaking that the factory would remain open.
an assurance that other forces will not move into the territory
The Pilgrims signed a democratic compact aboard the Mayflower.
a solemn oath by members to help each other
the United Nations covenant on civil and political rights
word of honour
indication of future successHe first showed promise as an athlete in grade school.
The boy has potential.
No one had faith in his ability to do the job.
Both her children have a talent for music.
Our capacity for giving care, love and attention is limited.
These tasks are far beyond her capabilities.
She has a flair for languages.
He discovered an aptitude for working in accounts.
Whom the gods wish to destroy they first call promising – Enemies of Promise]We promise according to our hopes, and perform according to our fears – Maxims]Promises and pie-crust are made to be broken – Polite Conversation]
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in the sense of ability
possession of the necessary skill or power to do somethingNo one had faith in his ability to do the job.
in the sense of aptitude
natural tendency or abilityHe discovered an aptitude for working in accounts.
in the sense of assurance
a statement or assertion intended to inspire confidencean assurance that other forces will not move into the territory
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