[ UK /dˌɛdɪkˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
[ US /ˌdɛdəˈkeɪʃən/ ]
  1. the act of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally) to a course of action
    they felt no loyalty to a losing team
    his long commitment to public service
  2. a short message (as in a book or musical work or on a photograph) dedicating it to someone or something
  3. complete and wholehearted fidelity
  4. a ceremony in which something (as a building) is dedicated to some goal or purpose
  5. a message that makes a pledge
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How To Use dedication In A Sentence

  • I admire his dedication to the job.
  • A dedication ceremony is to be performed by the Bishop of Bradford, the Rt Rev David James, next month.
  • Originally, the term referred to the rededication of the purified Temple after the Maccabees' stunning military victory. The Meaning of Hanukkah
  • His commitment to the police force is mirrored by his dedication to wrestling, a sport which he has served as both a manager and a competitor. Times, Sunday Times
  • Patience and dedication may not sound exciting but earn you a place on a work team. The Sun
  • All men are entitled to justice, but justice is never given to anyone freely and equally. It takes commitment, dedication, and struggling to achieve justice for all. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • Pride, dedication, and quality are the three cornerstones on which the company operates.
  • Property was often declared to be "corban" for other purposes than dedication to ecclesiastical use. Jesus the Christ A Study of the Messiah and His Mission According to Holy Scriptures Both Ancient and Modern
  • There's the chance you might also come across a statue of Queen Victoria, but you'll find few dedications to any other women.
  • He knows that time, hard work, dedication and effort are the only way a team can be built.
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