devote - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "devote" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

devote / уделять, посвящать, посветить
devote, spare
dedicate, sanctify, devote, consecrate, inscribe, induct
dedicate, devote
indulge, surrender, devote, abandon, addict, abandon oneself
give all or a large part of one's time or resources to (a person, activity, or cause).
I wanted to devote more time to my family
invoke or pronounce a curse upon.
And the hostile army was devoted with dire execrations to the gods of war and of thunder.
He retired from the army in 1910 to devote his energies to the Boy Scout movement he had founded several years earlier.
It is incumbent upon all Muslims to devote a proportion of their excess income to the support of religious and charitable works.
I wanted to devote more time to my family
I wanted to devote more time to my family
He's taken up freight delivery now that he has left the Army to devote his efforts to finding the gun runner.
But this book is not just about the sport's elite competitors but also acknowledges those club athletes who are far from the sharp end of the field, despite devoting hours to training each week in all weathers.
Grady prefers to remain in stiflingly hot New York, devoting her summer to crossing social boundaries by conducting a secret liaison with Clyde Manzer, a working-class Jewish car park attendant some years her senior.
We cannot say how much it costs us, but it will mean a lot of staff devoting time to carry out the audit and we would not do that lightly.
Although conceptions about the subject have indeed evolved, there still remains a relatively close bond between young adults and their traditional morals of settling down and devoting themselves to a family life.
The farmhouses were $80-100,000, and I didn't relish devoting our lives and cash we don't have to restoring them.