Word: promise

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Synonyms: promise

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: promise

spanish
prometido, promesa, prometer


german
verheißung, vorhersagen, voraussagen, zusage, versprechen

french
promettez, promettre, promets, présager, promettons, ...

italian
promettere, promessa

portuguese
prolongar, prometer, promessa, alongar

dutch
beloven, toezegging, verzeggen, uitloving, belofte, ...

russian
сулить, обязательство, обещаться, пообещать, обещание, ...

norwegian
tilsagn, love, tilsi, løfte

swedish
löfte, lova, utlova

finnish
ennustaa, luvata, taata, lupaus

danish
løfte, love

czech
slíbit, předpovědět, slib, předpovídat, slibovat, ...

polish
zapewniać, promesa, przyrzeczenie, obietnica, obiecywać, ...

turkish
söz, vaat

greek
υπόσχομαι, υπόσχεση

ukrainian
випадково, бува, безладно

albanian
premtim

bulgarian
обещание

estonian
lubadus, lubama

croatian
slučajan, zbrkan, pomiješan, skupni, zajednički

icelandic
heita

latin
promitto, promissum, pollicitatio

lithuanian
pažadas

latvian
cerība, solījums, apsolīt

romanian
promite, speranţă, promisiune

slovak
sľub, sľúbiť

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The meaning and "use of": promise

noun
  • a declaration or assurance that one will do a particular thing or that a particular thing will happen.

verb
  • assure someone that one will definitely do, give, or arrange something; undertake or declare that something will happen.
  • give good grounds for expecting (a particular occurrence or situation).

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