vow
Noun
1. (religion) 
a. el voto (M) 
2. (promise) 
a. la promesa (F) 
to make a vow to do somethingprometer solemnemente hacer algo
to take a vow of poverty/silencehacer voto de pobreza/silencio
transitive verb
3. (general) 
a. prometer solemnemente, jurar 
to vow to do somethingjurar hacer algo
vow [vaʊ]
noun
(Rel) voto (m); (promise) promesa (f); compromiso (m)
lovers' vows promesas (f) solemnes de los amantes
to take make a vow she made a vow," he recalled think things through before you take any vows
to take or make a vow that ... jurar or prometer que ...
she made a vow that she would never touch another drop of alcohol she made a vow that she would take on the government and win
to take or make a vow to do sth jurar hacer algo; comprometerse a hacer algo
he made a vow to seek the Grail I made a silent vow to be more careful in the future
to break one's vow faltar a un compromiso; to take one's vows (Rel) hacer sus votos (monásticos)
a vow of poverty/chastity
to take a vow of poverty/chastity hacer voto de pobreza/castidad
transitive verb
[+obedience, allegiance] jurar; prometer
to vow to do sth jurar hacer algo; comprometerse a hacer algo; to vow that ... jurar or prometer que ...
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