perform a crime, foolish act
pledge; bind oneself
entrust, give over, hand over to, for safekeeping or treatment
"perpetrate a crime"
"pull a bank robbery"
"She committed herself to the work of God"
"give one's talents to a good cause"
"consecrate your life to the church"
"After the second episode, she had to be committed"
"he was committed to prison"
"The messenger was entrusted with the general's secret"
"I commit my soul to God"
"Put money into bonds"
"practice safe sex"
"commit a random act of kindness"
The magistrates committed the prisoners to the House of Correction for one month each.
出自： H. Martineau
I'm rather worried about you. About your mind...I think I'll have you committed.
出自： E. Albee
He was charged with wilful murder and formally committed for trial.
出自： R. Travers
He couldn't commit himself on any issue.
They committed some funds to the care of the board of trustees.
他们把一笔款子交给董事会管理。 commit sb to sth
The boy was committed to the care of his aunt.
The criminals were committed to prison.
The old man was committed to a hospital for mad people.
那个老人被送进了疯人医院。 commit oneself/sth to sth/v-ing
I must go. I have committed myself to the club tonight and the members are expecting me.
I should not like to commit myself to an opinion at this stage.
He has committed himself to the cause of education.
He committed himself to the cause of modernizing the country's industry.
The government can't commit any more money to improving the National Health Service.
A thinking person must commit himself to working for peace.
He was a good worker who was committed to his family as well as to his work.
The doctor was committed to practical medicine.
那位医生致力于实用医学。 commit sth to sth
Don't commit your promises to paper.
The actor committed the part to memory.
You should commit your idea to writing.
He committed himself to doing it immedaitely.