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Meanings of "commit" in Spanish English Dictionary : 35 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
commit cometer [v]
commit ligar [v]
General
commit incurrir en [v]
commit consumar [v]
commit internar [v]
commit comprometer [v]
commit destinar [v]
commit dar [v]
commit dejar [v]
commit fiar [v]
commit amarrarse [v] MX HN PA DO VE
commit perpetrar [v]
commit incurrir [v]
commit encomendar [v]
commit otorgar [v]
commit confiar [v]
commit destinar (dinero/recursos) [v]
commit encarrilarse [v] MX
commit palabrearse [v] SV BO
commit encerrar [v]
Business
commit obligar [v]
commit comprometer [v]
Law
commit confinar [v]
commit consignar [v]
Computer
commit efectuar [v]
commit aplicar [v]
commit enviar [v]
commit llevar a cabo [v]
Technical
commit entregar [v]
commit trasladar [v]
commit encarcelar [v]
commit trabar [v]
commit encargar [v]
commit empeñar [v]
commit depositar [v]

Meanings of "commit" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 191 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
commit a violent atentar [v]
commit suicide suicidarse [v]
commit suicide matarse [v]
General
commit adultery adulterar [v]
commit perjury jurar en falso [v]
attempt to commit a crime atentar [v]
commit a mistake desacertar [v]
commit a criminal act/an error cometer [v]
commit oneself comprometerse [v]
commit an error errar [v]
commit oneself to another's protection encomendarse a [v]
commit hostilities hostilizar [v]
commit to memory estudiar [v]
commit arson incendiar [v]
commit excesses pecar [v]
commit perjury perjurar [v]
commit (a crime) perpetrar [v]
commit something to memory repisar [v] fig.
commit low actions rebajarse [v]
commit an error equivocarse [v]
commit a mistake cometer un error [v]
commit adultery adulterar [v] disused
woman who does not commit or does not make decisions culipandera [f] VE BO
person who provides information to someone to commit a crime entregadora [f] AR UY
area under surveillance where it is now difficult to commit crimes, crime-free area congelada [f] CU
commit to comprometerse [v]
commit outrage against atentar contra [v]
commit suicide tomar la puerta falsa [v] MX
commit adultery poner el gorro [v]
commit a crime delinquir [v]
commit murder suicidar [v]
commit a criminal attack atentar [v]
commit to memory memorizar [v]
commit papers gestionar [v]
commit a foul cometer una falta [v]
commit robbery robar [v]
commit to memory aprender de memoria [v]
commit theft robar [v]
commit mutiny amotinarse [v]
commit a sin pecar [v]
commit adultery engañar [v]
commit adultery aventurar [v]
commit burglary hurtar [v]
commit burglary robar [v]
commit something to memory aprender algo de memoria [v]
commit a gaffe meter la pata [v]
commit perjury cometer perjurio [v]
commit perjury perjurarse [v]
commit perjury mentir bajo juramento [v]
commit suicide darse muerte [v]
commit suicide quitarse la vida [v]
commit a traffic offense infraccionar [v]
commit treason against cometer una traición contra alguien [v]
commit someone to a mental facility internar a alguien en un manicomio [v]
commit someone to something comprometer a alguien a algo [v]
be emotionally impressed by something and as a consequence to forget things or commit mistakes bacharse [v] UY
be emotionally impressed by something and as a consequence to forget things or commit mistakes bachearse [v] UY
commit adultery cometer adulterio [v]
commit a crime caminar [v] CU
commit errors in one's job due to lack of experience or skill chalequear [v] BO:W,C,S
commit petty theft dañinear [v] AR:Nw
commit a foul (soccer and other sports) faulear (inglés foul) [v] MX HN CO PE BO AR
commit a foul (soccer and other sports) faulear (inglés foul) [v] CR PE BO
commit an indiscretion descacharse [v] MX CO
commit an indiscretion escacharse [v] CO
commit to something envolverse [v] DO PR
commit a crime or felony cogerse [v] DO
commit to give a significant amount of money or actually give a significant amount of money cuadrarse [v] CL
commit a traffic violation infraccionar [v] CL PY
commit crimes josear (inglés hustle) [v] PR
commit crimes josiar [v] PR
commit crimes josiar [v] PR
commit a felony embarrar [v] HN
commit to memory machetear [v] MX GT
commit a crime mandrakear [v] HN SV
commit a crime mandraquear [v] HN SV
commit a misdemeanor embarrar [v] HN
commit a crime embarrar [v] HN
commit petty theft ñauñar [v] PE:S rare
commit home-invasion robbery monrear [v] BO:W
refrain from taking sides due to ignorance or not wanting to commit pasarse [v] CU
seriously commit to something pisar [v] GT
commit suicide petatearse [v] GT HN SV NI CR PA
reveal someone's plan to commit a crime quebrar [v] NI
commit petty theft raterear [v] AR:C,W UY
commit illicit or malicious actions zanganear [v] NI
commit crime titerear [v] PR
man who does not commit or does not make decisions culipandero [m] VE BO
person who provides information to someone to commit a crime entregador [m] AR UY
person who does not commit to anything, who only acts in self-interest corcho [m] PE CL
person who does not commit to anything, who only acts in self-interest corcho [m] EC rare
(for a person) that cooperates to commit a crime ayudista [m/f] CL
surprise someone when they commit a crime or a misdemeanor caerle [loc/v] MX HN
commit to paper poner por escrito [v]
commit highway robbery saltear [v]
Colloquial
commit to prison enviar a la cárcel [v]
commit to prison enviar al talego [v]
commit hara-kiri hacerse el harakiri [v]
commit hara-kiri hacerse hara-kiri [v]
commit hara-kiri hacerse haraquiri [v]
commit hara-kiri hacerse el haraquiri [v]
commit suicide bailarse [v] SV
commit oneself refundirse [v] MX GT EC
commit an indiscretion cagarse fuera del tibor [loc/v] CU
Phrasals
commit oneself to comprometerse a [v]
commit oneself on something comprometerse a hacer algo [v]
commit oneself on something comprometerse en algo [v]
commit oneself to something dedicarse a hacer algo [v]
commit something to memory memorizar algo [v]
commit to vacar a [v] rare
Idioms
commit something to memory aprender de memoria [v]
commit a solecism cometer errores gramaticales [v]
commit a solecism cometer un solecismo [v]
commit something to memory recordar [v]
commit something to memory estudiar de memoria [v]
commit something to memory memorizar [v]
commit something to memory retener en la memoria [v]
commit something to memory aprender memorizando [v]
commit to memory something memorizar [v]
commit to memory something aprender memorizando [v]
commit something to memory grabar en la memoria [v]
commit oneself and venture something liarse la manta a la cabeza [v]
commit a deadly sin pecar mortalmente [v]
commit suicide quitarse la existencia [v]
commit oneself to something comprometerse a algo [v]
commit oneself to something comprometerse en algo [v]
commit an awkward mistake cometer una incorrección [v]
commit oneself to doing something comprometerse a hacer algo [v]
commit suicide darse el agua [v] HN
commit adultery brincar el mayal [v] CU
commit adultery brincar la cerca de una mujer [v] CU
commit suicide darse el agua [v] HN
do time for a crime one did not commit comerse un garrón [v] AR UY
fulfill a sentence for a crime one did not commit comerse un garrón [v] AR UY
commit a crime hacer la vuelta [v] CO delinq.
commit adultery mascar la soga [v] DO
commit to doing something right pegar en una cosa [v] PR
commit something to memory aprenderse algo de memoria
commit something to paper poner algo por escrito
Speaking
commit no nuisance se prohíbe hacer aguas
commit no nuisance se prohíbe depositar inmundicias
Slang
group of delinquents who commit minor offenses combo (inglesa) [m] PR
Business
commit a breach of trust prevaricar [v]
commit a breach of duty prevaricar [v]
commit funds comprometer fondos [v]
Law
instigation (to commit a crime) instigación [f]
instigation (to commit a crime) inducción [f]
commit an act perpetrar [v]
commit a crime cometer un delito [v]
commit a second crime reincidir [v]
commit (to jail/prison) encarcelar [v]
commit a fault faltar [v]
commit substance abuse drogarse [v]
commit (to jail/prison) recluir [v]
commit (to jail) encerrar [v]
commit a crime perpetrar un delito [v]
commit murder cometer asesinato [v]
commit suicide cometer suicidio [v]
commit embracery embrazar [v]
commit a breach of duty prevaricar [v]
commit a crime cometer un crimen [v]
commit fraud cometer fraude [v]
commit a breach of trust prevaricar [v]
commit perjury levantar falso testimonio [v]
commit a serious infringement cometer un desmán [v]
commit a serious infringement cometer una tropelía [v]
commit perjury declarar en falso [v]
commit an outrage cometer un desmán [v]
commit an outrage cometer una tropelía [v]
commit an offence cometer una infracción [v]
commit a crime delinquir [v]
commit judicial misconduct prevaricar [v]
commit an offense delinquir [v]
commit perjury jurar en falso [v]
commit (a crime) incurrir en [v]
commit bankruptcy fraud alzarse [v]
attempt to commit a crime tentativa de cometer un delito
incitement to commit a crime incitación a cometer un crimen
intent to commit fraud intención de cometer fraude
criminal coercion with intent to commit terrorism constreñimiento ilegal con fines terroristas CO
commanding someone to commit a crime autoría mediata del delito
International Law
attempt to commit a crime atentado [m]
Electronics
commit in silicon tratar con silicio [m]
Informatics
ready to commit state estado de listo para grabar [m]
Military
commit it to another rendir [v]
Sports
commit a foul by kicking an opponent planchar [v] BO CL UY
Football
commit a foul against an opponent by hitting their legs hachazo [m] HN SV
American Football
commit infractions cometer penalidades
foul (commit a foul) cometer un castigo
foul (commit a foul) cometer una falta
Baseball
commit an error on a ground ball enmantequillarse [v]