Traducción de devote en Español:

devote

Pronunciación /dəˈvoʊt//dɪˈvəʊt/

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    to devote sth to sth/-ing dedicar algo a algo/+ inf
    • she devoted her life to helping the poor dedicó / consagró su vida a ayudar a los pobres
    • we are devoting 20% of the budget to the advertising campaign vamos a destinar un 20% del presupuesto a la campaña publicitaria
    • you should devote more attention to your children tendrías que prestarles más atención / que dedicarte más a los niños
    • The farmhouses were $80-100,000, and I didn't relish devoting our lives and cash we don't have to restoring them.
    • ‘The best chef in the country told me I had a talent and that I could work in his restaurant any time,’ said Claire, who had been unsure about devoting her life to cooking until Ramsay sang her praises.
    • And the authority has praised Mr Hampson as a ‘committed and devoted teacher’ who worked tirelessly throughout the year.
    • It showed us the plight of Pam, a 50-something still-attractive widow who, having raised at least one daughter, is now devoting her middle years to the care of her ageing mother, Olive.
    • 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 also came to express my thanks to the artists who are devoting their time and talents to such a vital cause.
    • 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.
    • This man in his 40s, who wants to remain completely anonymous, hopes to be able to stop working, thanks to this sale, and realize an old dream: devoting himself to painting.
    • The former slaves of Saint Domingue and Guadeloupe abandoned plantation toil whenever they could, instead devoting themselves to subsistence cultivation.
    • After undergoing a second liver transplant himself, Pat is taking life a little easier and is devoting himself full-time to tending to his garden in between hospital check-ups.
    • 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.
    • Those over 35 suffered most from devoting their energies to family life while holding down a career - 90% said their relationship had been badly affected.
    • The people who have trouble finding part time work are well-off women like me, in desireable careers, who want to keep their hand in while devoting themselves to raising their children.
    • Like Franklin D. Roosevelt, his efforts at first were devoted to preventing further weakening of an army that many, Hitler among them, regarded as irrelevant.
    • 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.
    • It needs about $100,000 a year to operate, and the few volunteers they have are devoting a disproportionate number of their hours to raising money, taking time away from what they want to be doing inside.
    • He's taken up freight delivery now that he has left the Army to devote his efforts to finding the gun runner.
    • 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.
    • Therefore, devoting substantial staff resources to training, organizing, leading, and sustaining family psychoeducation is seen as a luxury.

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    to devote oneself to sth/-ing dedicarse a algo/+ inf