Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Devote"

The meaning of "Devote" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does devote mean?
A: It means to put time, care, and attention into something.
Q: What does to devote mean?
A: To put a lot of effort and time into something.
Example: John is a devoted father to his kids; he is always there for them.

Example sentences using "Devote"

Q: Please show me example sentences with devote.
A: I am devoting my life to building a career.

I would like to devote this speech to everyone who has helped me.

This letter is devoted to you.

I will devote this song to our friendship.
Q: Please show me example sentences with devote.
A: I devote time every day to study a language.
He is devoted to his family.
Q: Please show me example sentences with devote.
A: I devote my free time to my hobby.
They devote their love to each other.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "devote to".
A: I wish I had more time to devote to my study of Japanese.
He is devoted to his family and his country.

Synonyms of "Devote" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between devote and dedicate ?
A: Both words are pretty similar in meaning, however devote tends to be used to describe someone’s commitment to a particular activity or person while dedicate is more often used for work or other interests.

For example:
He is a devoted father.
He is a dedicated worker.
Q: What is the difference between devote and dedicate ?
A: This is a little difficult for me to explain, but I'll give it a shot. When you use devote, you usually use it with the resources you're will use to achieve something.

I will devote my time and effort to save this city.

When you use dedicate, you usually use it with your energy, time, etc.

I will dedicate myself to save this city.

He has dedicated his life for the sake of science.

Both words mean the same thing but you just have to use the right words. Just look at more example sentences online or something.
Q: What is the difference between devote and dedicate and sacrifice and consecrate and donate ?
A: They're all synonyms of each other, but the connotations are different. For example, you would usually only say sacrifice or consecrate for religious or spiritual purposes, while you use devote, dedicate, and donate for more neutral situations. Good luck.
Q: What is the difference between devote and dedicate ?
A: I think devotion and dedication mean exactly the same thing for the most part. As altorrin said, devotion is usually with emotion. For example, "the devoted mother" would show the mother is very loving of her children and therefore is a good mother. In general, when we use dedicated, (the statue was dedicated to the soldier, he was a dedicated politician) it shows less emotional attachment than devoted. If I were to say "he is a devoted politician" people might see the politician as very passionate.
Q: What is the difference between devote to 〜 and dedicate to 〜 ?
A: For me, "devote" is a more emotional word. "Dedicate" is a more action based one. You devote yourself to things you care about. You dedicate yourself to things you believe in.

Translations of "Devote"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I'm devoting to learn English. is it natural??
A: Devoting what?
-Im devoting *my time* to learn English
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? devote
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Other questions about "Devote"

Q: I devote myself to working. does this sound natural?
A: working

Do you mean your career /job?
Q: "He devoted himself to relieving the distressed." does this sound natural?
A: こんにちは豪華なお元気ですか
Q: "He devoted himself to relieving the distressed." does this sound natural?
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Q: I should devote myself to study English does this sound natural?
A: I should devote myself to studying English

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