devote to

phrasal verb

Definition of devote to 

: to decide that (something) will be used for (a special purpose) : to use (time, money, energy, attention, etc.) for (something) They devote an hour every day to worship. Some of the money they raise will be devoted to repairing the church's roof. The magazine will devote an entire issue to this year's winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.

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