Dedicated



adjective
1.
wholly committed to something, as to an ideal, political cause, or personal goal:
a dedicated artist.
2.
set apart or reserved for a specific use or purpose:
We don’t need a computer but a dedicated word processor.
3.
(of machine parts, electrical components, hardware, etc.) made or designed to interconnect exclusively with one model or a limited range of models in a manufacturer’s line:
The new tractors use only high-priced dedicated accessories.
verb (used with object), dedicated, dedicating.
1.
to set apart and consecrate to a deity or to a sacred purpose:
The ancient Greeks dedicated many shrines to Aphrodite.
2.
to devote wholly and earnestly, as to some person or purpose:
He dedicated his life to fighting corruption.
3.
to offer formally (a book, piece of music, etc.) to a person, cause, or the like in testimony of affection or respect, as on a prefatory page.
4.
(loosely) to inscribe a personal signature on (a book, drawing, etc., that is one’s own work), usually with a salutation addressing the recipient.
5.
to mark the official completion or opening of (a public building, monument, highway, etc.), usually by formal ceremonies.
6.
to set aside for or assign to a specific function, task, or purpose:
The county health agency has dedicated one inspector to monitor conditions in nursing homes.
adjective
7.
dedicated.
adjective
1.
devoted to a particular purpose or cause: a dedicated man
2.
assigned or allocated to a particular project, function, etc: a dedicated transmission line, dedicated parking space
3.
(computing) designed to fulfil one function: a dedicated microprocessor
verb (transitive)
1.
(often foll by to) to devote (oneself, one’s time, etc) wholly to a special purpose or cause; commit wholeheartedly or unreservedly
2.
(foll by to) to address or inscribe (a book, artistic performance, etc) to a person, cause, etc as a token of affection or respect
3.
(foll by to) to request or play (a record) on radio for another person as a greeting
4.
to assign or allocate to a particular project, function, etc
5.
to set apart for a deity or for sacred uses; consecrate
adjective
6.
an archaic word for dedicated

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