Quick answer
"Committed" is an adjective which is often translated as "comprometido", and "engaged" is an adjective which is also often translated as "comprometido". Learn more about the difference between "committed" and "engaged" below.
committed(
kuh
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mih
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dihd
)
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (dedicated)
a. comprometido
She was fully committed to her dream of becoming an actress.Estaba totalmente comprometida con su sueño de ser actriz.
b. entregado
My brother is committed to doing humanitarian work.Mi hermano está entregado a la labor humanitaria.
2. (obliged)
a. comprometido
They went to war when their neighbor was attacked, because they were committed to do so by treaty.Fueron a la guerra cuando fue atacado el país vecino, ya que estaban comprometidos a hacerlo por tratado.
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engaged(
ehn
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geyjd
)
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (committed to marry)
a. comprometido
After only two months, the couple is already engaged.Después de solo dos meses, la pareja ya está comprometida.
2. (busy)
a. ocupado
She's engaged in her homework.Ella está ocupada haciendo su tarea.
3. (involved)
a. involucrado
How can we motivate staff and make them feel more engaged?¿Cómo podemos motivar a nuestros empleados y hacer que se sientan más involucrados?
4. (in use)
a. engranado
Right now the motor is fully engaged.Ahora mismo el motor está totalmente engranado.
5. (occupied) (United Kingdom)
a. ocupado
All the toilets were engaged.Todos los baños estaban ocupados.
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