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English - Turkish
{f} vâât etmek
{f} söz vermek
{i} taahhüt

Ona olan bağlılığımı taahhüt ettim. - I pledged my loyalty to him.

Tom bunu taahhüt etti. - Tom has pledged to do that.

{f} taahhüt et

Tom bunu taahhüt etti. - Tom has pledged to do that.

Ona olan bağlılığımı taahhüt ettim. - I pledged my loyalty to him.

{i} söz

Sigarayı bırakma sözü her yıl ilk on Yeni Yıl kararı arasında yer alıyor. - The pledge to stop smoking cigarettes ranks among the top ten New Year's resolutions year after year.

Sigara içmeyi bırakacağıma söz veriyorum. - I give my pledge that I will quit smoking.

ant içmek
güvence vermek
teminat olarak vermek
sağlığına içmek
karşılıklı anlaşma
{i} teminât
taahhüt etmek
rehine koymak
{i} sağlığa kadeh kaldırma
{f} rehin vermek
{i} vâât

Tom onu yapmayı vaat etti. - Tom has pledged to do that.

{f} kefalet vermek
{i} şerefe içme
{i} aşkın simgesi
{f} sağlığına kadeh kaldırmak
(Mukavele) taahhüt; rehin; söz, yemin
{i} sözlü olma
ciddi olarak söz vermek veya verdirmek
pledgeryeminli kimse
{i} işaret: It was a pledge of their friendship. Arkadaşlıklarının bir işaretiydi
{f} şerefine içmek
x dile/rehine ver/söz ver
{i} ant, söz, vaat
{i} bağışlanacağına
(Kanun) ipotek
rehin olarak vermek
(Ticaret) menkul rehini
yemin etmek
pledge amount
(Bilgisayar) bağış miktarı
pledge as a collateral
teminat olarak göstermek
pledge as collateral
(Ticaret) teminat olarak göstermek
pledge certificate
(Ticaret) rehin senedi
pledge id
(Bilgisayar) bağış no
pledge of allegiance
(Politika, Siyaset) bağlılık yemini
pledge of cattle
(Kanun) hayvan rehni
pledge of debt
(Kanun) alacak üzerinde rehin
pledge of share
(Ticaret) hisse rehni
pledge of shares
(Ticaret) hisse senetlerinin rehni
pledge of shares
(Ticaret) hisselerin rehni
pledge of vehicle
(Kanun) taşıt rehni
pledge something as security
teminat olarak vermek
pledge something as security
teminat olarak göstermek
pledge one's troth
bağlılık yemini etmek
pledge of
taahhüdün yerine
pledge of allegiance
Amerikada bayrağa ve ülkeye bağlılık yemini
pledge of commercial enterprise
ticari işletme rehni
pledge one's honor
sözü bir şeref
pledge over a commercial enterprise
(Ekonomi) ticari işletme rehni
pledge to it, gave his word
ona rehin, sözünü verdi
pledge of love
aşkın simgesi
pledge of securities
(Ticaret) menkul kıymetler rehini
pledge one's health
şerefine içmek
pledge one's health
sağlığına içmek
pledge one's word
söz vermek
pledge oneself
görev edinmek
pledge oneself
kendine söz vermek
pledge oneself
pledge oneself
kendi kendine söz vermek
(Bilgisayar) bağışlar
extent of pledge
(Kanun) rehnin şümulü
taahhüt edilen
taahhüt edilmiş
(Kanun) rehin verilmesi
secure with a pledge
(Ticaret) rehin olarak almak
by a pledge
anlaşma ile
election pledge
saylav konuşması
election pledge
saylav propagandası
{f} taahhüt et

Tom bunu taahhüt etti. - Tom has pledged to do that.

Ona olan bağlılığımı taahhüt ettim. - I pledged my loyalty to him.

rehinli borçlu
rehin veren
as a pledge of
in delili olarak, göstergesi olarak
commercial enterprise pledge
(Ekonomi) ticari işletme rehni
commercial pledge
ticari rehin
commercial pledge
(Ekonomi) ticari işletme rehni
deed of pledge
Rehin senedi
lemon pledge
Çok amaçlı bir cila markası
take the pledge
yemin etmek
furnishing pledge
(Kanun) ipotek verme
hold in pledge
rehin tutmak
hold in pledge
rehin olarak tutmak
(Kanun) ipotek veren
(isim) rehin veren
{i} rehin veren
put in pledge
rehine koymak
put in pledge
rehin vermek
take out of pledge
rehini serbest bırakmak
take out of pledge
rehinden almak
take the pledge
söz vermek
vehicle pledge
(Kanun) araç rehni
English - English
A person who has taken a pledge of allegiance to a college fraternity, but not yet formally approved
A solemn promise to do something
: A promise to abstain from drinking alcohol
To deposit something as a security; to pawn
A security to guarantee payment of a debt
To make a solemn promise (to do something)
A drinking toast
bind or secure by a pledge; "I was pledged to silence"
give as a guarantee; "I pledge my honor"
{v} to pawn, to invite to drink
{n} a pawn
If you pledge a sum of money to an organization or activity, you promise to pay that amount of money to it at a particular time or over a particular period. The French President is pledging $150 million in French aid next year Pledge is also a noun. a pledge of forty two million dollars a month
To give or pass as a security; to guarantee; to engage; to plight; as, to pledge one's word and honor
A promise or agreement by which one binds one's self to do, or to refrain from doing, something; especially, a solemn promise in writing to refrain from using intoxicating liquors or the like; as, to sign the pledge; the mayor had made no pledges
A promise to make future contributions to an organization For example, some donors make multi-year pledges promising to grant a specific amount of money each year Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
The depositing of personal property by a debtor with a creditor as security for a debt or obligation
To deposit, as a chattel, in pledge or pawn; to leave in possession of another as security; as, to pledge one's watch
A promise of financial aid made orally or in writing before specific commitment
{f} promise; vow, swear; hock, mortgage
Anything given or considered as a security for the performance of an act; a guarantee; as, mutual interest is the best pledge for the performance of treaties
A promise to make future contributions to an organization For example, some donors make multiyear pledges promising to grant a specific amount of money each year
To secure performance of, as by a pledge
{i} promise; obligation, undertaking; oath, vow; mortgage; token
A hypothecation without transfer of possession
The depositing of personal property by a debtor with a creditor as security for a debt arrangement
When someone pledges to do something, they promise in a serious way to do it. When they pledge something, they promise to give it. Mr Dudley has pledged to give any award to charity Philip pledges support and offers to help in any way that he can I pledge that by next year we will have the problem solved
Though a cash gift, a pledge to make a gift may not be deducted until the year in which actual payment is made Multi-year pledges allow you to spread your gift payments out over a period of time
To deposit securities with a lender as security for money borrowed
Promise made by a new member
To invite another to drink, by drinking of the cup first, and then handing it to him, as a pledge of good will; hence, to drink the health of; to toast
a drink in honor of or to the health of a person or event someone accepted for membership but not yet fully admitted to the group a deposit of personal property as security for a debt; "his saxophone was in pledge"
The posting of property, such as the cash value of a life insurance policy, to a creditor as security for a debt The pledge is valid only as long as the creditor has possession of the property
If you pledge yourself to something, you commit yourself to following a particular course of action or to supporting a particular person, group, or idea. The President pledged himself to increase taxes for the rich but not the middle classes The treaties renounce the use of force and pledge the two countries to co-operation. = commit
  A record of the donor's intention to make a gift at a later date
someone accepted for membership but not yet fully admitted to the group
a young man or woman preparing to become an initiated member of a fraternity or sorority
to promise a gift (not legally binding)
A deposit held for a particular purpose (often as collateral for a loan)
A trial member of a fraternity, working toward becoming a brother or sister
promise solemnly and formally; "I pledge that will honor my wife"
pay (an amount of money) as a contribution to a charity or service, especially at regular intervals; "I pledged $10 a month to my favorite radio station
a deposit of personal property as security for a debt; "his saxophone was in pledge"
A promise to abstain from drinking alcohol
Putting up property as security for a loan or performance of some duty
A person who undertook, or became responsible, for another; a bail; a surety; a hostage
a girl who accepts a bid
One who has been accepted as a probationary member of a Fraternity After a period of education about the Fraternity and fulfilling specified requirements, he may be initiated and become a Brother
propose a toast to; "Let us toast the birthday girl!"; "Let's drink to the New Year"
A sentiment to which assent is given by drinking one's health; a toast; a health
To bind or engage by promise or declaration; to engage solemnly; as, to pledge one's self
If you pledge something such as a valuable possession or a sum of money, you leave it with someone as a guarantee that you will repay money that you have borrowed. He asked her to pledge the house as security for a loan
a drink in honor of or to the health of a person or event
When someone makes a pledge, they make a serious promise that they will do something. The meeting ended with a pledge to step up cooperation between the six states of the region. a £1.1m pledge of support from the Spanish ministry of culture. = promise
a member of a fraternity or sorority who has not been initiated
A person who has accepted a bid to join a fraternity or sorority chapter but has not yet been initiated Also see Associate Member
An understanding arrived at the Paris Consortium Meeting, Whereby donors indicate that they will provide a certain amount of resources to recipient country during a given period This is not a firm commitment and there is no legal obligation
The transfer of possession of personal property from a debtor to a creditor as security for a debt or engagement; also, the contract created between the debtor and creditor by a thing being so delivered or deposited, forming a species of bailment; also, that which is so delivered or deposited; something put in pawn
A signed and dated legal commitment to make a gift over a specified period, payable according to terms set by the donor
A bailment or delivery of property to a creditor to secure a debt Also, a recorded security interest in a chattel
The transfer of property, such as securities, to a creditor (or lender) as collateral for an obligation--such as securities bought on margin or a bank loan "Assign" differs from pledge (or hypothecate) as an assignment involves a transfer of title, whereas pledging does not
a binding commitment to do or give or refrain from something; "an assurance of help when needed"; "signed a pledge never to reveal the secret"
Pledge of Allegiance
a speech that US citizens learn, which is a promise to respect the US and be loyal to it. In schools children usually say the Pledge of Allegiance every morning, while looking at the national flag and putting their right hand over their heart: I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all
pledge a person's health
drink in honor of -, raise a glass to -
pledge number
receipt number for a pawned item
pledge one's honor
swear one's honor, take an oath of honor
pledge registrar
official body that deals with registering mortgages
pledge taker
a volunteer who records (usually by telephone) contributions pledged in a fund drive
negative pledge
A type of loan or loan condition in which the borrower agrees with the lender not to allow any other lender or creditor to rank ahead for payment in the event of a liquidation. Such a loan is unsecured (ie. not backed by a charge over specific assets). Hailed as a great innovation when developed in the 1970s, but by the end of the 1980s had become a dirty word
Simple past tense and past participle of pledge
{n} he who pledges of pawns
A pledge
A pledge
campaign pledge
specific promise made by a political candidate during his campaign
flag pledge
oath of allegiance
implement a pledge
carry out a promise
make a pledge
obligate oneself, promise, swear
negative pledge
promise not to mortgage property
bound by or as if by an oath; "according to an early tradition became his sworn brother"; "sworn enemies
past of pledge
{s} hocked, mortgaged, pawned
One who pledges
{i} one who mortgages; one who gives property as security
someone who makes or gives a pledge
plural of pledge
present participle of pledge
{i} one who mortgages; one who gives property as security
One who pledges, or delivers anything in pledge; a pledger; opposed to pledgee
take the pledge
take an oath, swear, promise

    Turkish pronunciation



    break, disobey, falsify


    /ˈpleʤ/ /ˈplɛʤ/


    [ 'plej ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English plege from Anglo-Norman plege from Old French plege (Modern French pleige) from Medieval Latin plevium, plebium from Medieval Latin plebire "to pledge", of Germanic origin, from Frankish *plegan (“to pledge, support, guarantee”) from Proto-Germanic *plegō (“responsibility, habit”) from Proto-Indo-European *dlegh-. Akin to Old High German pflegan (“to take care of, be accustomed to”), Old Saxon plegan (“to vouch for”), Old English plēon (“to risk, endanger”). More at plight.


    ... Congress say, “We're going to sign a no tax pledge, so that we don't ask a dime ...
    ... that will be necessary to meet that pledge to the taxpayer. So there is one question ...