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devote
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
devote /di'vout/
  • ngoại động từ
    • hiến dâng, dành hết cho
      • to devote one's life to the revolutionary cause: hiến đời mình cho sự nghiệp cách mạng
      • to devote one's time to do something: dành hết thời gian làm việc gì
      • to devote oneself: hiến thân mình
Concise Dictionary
devotes|devoted|devotingdɪ'vəʊt
verb
+give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause
+dedicate
+set aside or apart for a specific purpose or use

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 apply, appropriate, assign, allot, commit, allocate, set aside or apart, put away or aside, dedicate, consecrate:
Each of the chapels was devoted to a separate sect.
2 apply, pledge, dedicate, commit, give up:
She has devoted her life to helping others.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
Phrasal Verbs: devote yourself to sb/sth to give most of your time, energy, attention, etc. to sb/sth: She devoted herself to her career.
devote sth to sth to give an amount of time, attention, etc. to sth: I could only devote two hours a day to work on the project.
Collocation Dictionary
verb

ADV.

entirely, exclusively, solely, specifically
She devoted herself entirely to writing.
| mainly



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