英 [kəˈmit] 美 [kəˈmɪt]
1. He should not commit American troops without the full consent of Congress.
2. She didn't want to commit herself one way or the other.
3. It makes me sick that people commit offences and never get punished.
4. I'll repeat that so you can commit it to memory.
5. They are sitting on the fence and refusing to commit themselves.
6. Seven men, all from Bristol, admitted conspiracy to commit arson.
7. Will the President be able to hold to this commit-ment?
8. Nobody was prepared to commit themselves.
9. to commit an offense
10. to commit a sin
11. to commit suicide
12. A thinking person must commit himself to working for peace.
13. Asked if he was a candidate, he refused to commit himself.
14. Don't commit yourself. It'll let us in for trouble.
15. He [ She ] is not allowed to commit any outrages.