Another word for commit
To give in charge
entrust, confide, consign, delegate, relegate, leave to, give to do, turn over, assign, head over, put in the hands of, allot, charge, invest, allocate, apportion, rely upon, depend upon, confer a trust, bind over, make responsible for, pledge, bind, oblige, obligate, constrain, make another's duty, empower, employ, dispatch, send, vest in, authorize, deputize, engage, commission, depute, convey, put in custody, institutionalize, confine, imprison, lock up*, put away*; see also assign 1, imprison.
commit, the basic term here, implies the delivery of a person or thing into the charge or keeping of another; entrust and confide imply committal based on trust and confidence, with, confide sometimes also suggesting the private nature of what is entrusted; consign suggests formal action in transferring something to another's possession or control; relegate implies assigning to a specific class, sphere, place, etc., esp. one of inferiority, and usually suggests the literal or figurative removal of something undesirablecommit suicide
kill oneself, take one's own life, take an overdose (of any dangerous drug), slash one's wrists, shoot oneself, slit one's own throat, do away with oneself, die by one's own hand, commit hara-kiri, commit seppuku, end it all*, throw in the towel*, pack it in*, blow one's brains out*.
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