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promise
'prɑːmɪs
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Grounds for feeling hopeful about the future.
  2. A verbal commitment by one person to another agreeing to do (or not to do) something in the future.
(动) As a verb
  1. Make a promise or commitment.
  2. Promise to undertake or give.
  3. Make a prediction about; tell in advance.
  4. Give grounds for expectations.
Hyphenationprom•ise
Part of Speech(动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun
Matching Results
允诺yǔnnuòto promise; to consent (to do something)
答应dāyingto promise; to agree; to reply; to respond
应许yīngxǔto promise; to allow
应诺yìngnuòto promise; to agree to do something
约言yuēyánpromise; one's word; pledge; abbreviation
许诺xǔnuòpromise; pledge
诺言nuòyánpromise
承诺chéngnuòto promise; to undertake to do something; commitment
应承yìngchéngto agree (to do something); to promise
承应chéngyìngto agree; to promise
nuòto consent; to promise; (literary) yes!
誓言shìyánoath; promise; pledge
约定yuēdìngto agree on something (after discussion); to conclude a bargain; to arrange; to promise; to stipulate; to make an appointment; stipulated (time, amount, quality etc); an arrangement; a deal; appointment; undertaking; commitment; understanding; engagement; stipulation
誓约shìyuēoath; vow; pledge; promise
to allow; to permit; to promise; to praise; somewhat; perhaps; (Chinese surname)
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