Definition of dedicate
- money dedicated to their vacation fund
- ready to dedicate his life to public service
- dedicate a book to a friend
dedicatorplay \-ˌkā-tər\ noun
Examples of dedicate in a Sentence
The new park was dedicated today.
a young attorney who has decided to dedicate her career to helping the poor receive justice
Recent Examples of dedicate from the Web
Congress is free to dedicate money to research and development in space or do a wholesale restructuring of Air Force Space Command.
The former Sevilla defender appeared to purposely stand on Neymar's ankle, but the 26-year-old's reaction to the incident prompted Mexico boss Osorio to dedicate a large portion of his post-match comments to the PSG star's antics.
The mayors of Braintree and Weymouth scheduled a ceremony on June 26 to dedicate the newly restored paving.
Hero worship isn’t unfamiliar territory in high fashion, but Soriano might be the first fashion designer to dedicate the entirety of his brand to someone other than himself.
The manufacturers want to dedicate taxpayer money to remove lead paint from homes and schools.
DEL MAR Civic Center dedication celebration planned A community celebration to dedicate the new Civic Center is set for June 30.
As a new poll from the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) shows, white evangelicals continue to be dedicated to Trump.
The congregation will form a unity circle outside the church at 9:30 a.m. to dedicate the new additions to the building.
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Synonym Discussion of dedicate
- devoted his evenings to study
- dedicated her life to medical research
- consecrate a church to the worship of God
- battlegrounds hallowed by the blood of patriots
DEDICATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dedicate for English Language Learners
: to officially make (something) a place for honoring or remembering a person, event, etc.
DEDICATE Defined for Kids
Definition of dedicate for Students
- The land was dedicated as a nature preserve.
- She dedicated her life to finding a cure.
- “We at Flint's only soul station, WAMM, dedicate this song to Daniel, from Wilona.”
- —Christopher Paul Curtis, The Watsons
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