Another word for commit
commit consign entrust confide relegateSearch Thesaurus
These verbs mean to give over to another for a purpose such as care or safekeeping. Commit has the widest application: The troops were committed to the general's charge. I committed the sonata to memory. The patient was committed to the hospital. To consign is to transfer to another's custody or charge: The owner consigned the paintings to a dealer for sale. Entrust and confide stress trust in another: The task was too dangerous to be entrusted to a child. She confided her plans to her family. To relegate is to assign to a specific and especially an inferior category or position: Some scientists relegate parapsychology to the sphere of quackery.
Another word for commitverb
To be responsible for or guilty of (an error or crime):perpetrate. (Informal) pull off. See do, law
To put in the charge of another for care, use, or performance:commend, confide, consign, entrust, give (over), hand over, relegate, trust, turn over. Idiom: give in trust (or charge). See give
To place officially in confinement:consign, institutionalize. (Informal) send up. See free
To be morally bound to do:bind, charge, obligate, pledge. See obligation