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vow /vaʊ/ noun [countable]
vow verb [transitive]


وعده ، نذر ، پیمان ، قول ، شرط ، عهد کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: نذر ، علوم نظامی: نذر
vow
[noun]
Synonyms:
- promise, oath, pledge
[verb]
Synonyms:
- promise, affirm, pledge, swear
Related Idioms: give (or make) a solemn promise, give one's word of honor
Related Words: assert, declare, swan, promise
English Thesaurus: promise, pledge, vow, oath, undertaking, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. vow1 /vaʊ/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: vou, from Latin votum; vote2]

1. a serious promise ⇒ oath:
Jim made a vow that he would find his wife’s killer.

2. a religious promise that you will do something for God, the church etc:
a monk who had taken a vow of poverty

3. vows [plural]
a) (also marriage/wedding vows) the promises you make during your wedding
b) the promises you make when you become a Catholic priest or nun

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. vow2 verb [transitive]

1. to make a serious promise to yourself or someone else Synonym : promise
vow to do something
Supporters have vowed to continue the protest until Adams is released.
vow (that)
I vowed that I would never drink again.

2. formal to make a religious promise that you will do something for God, the church etc

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

vow
noun
ADJ. formal, solemn | marriage, wedding | monastic, religious | final She left the convent before taking her final vows.
VERB + VOW make, take He made a vow to avenge his father's death.
keep She kept her vow of silence until she died.
break Nothing will persuade me to break this vow.
exchange The couple exchanged vows at the altar.
renew
PREP. ~ of a vow of poverty

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

vow
verb
ADV. quietly, silently He silently vowed vengeance on them all.
PREP. to She vowed to herself that she would not show any emotion.
PHRASES vow never to do sth I vowed never to drink so much again.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

vow

make a vow
I made a vow never to go near the place again.
take a vow (=make a vow at a formal ceremony)
Priests have to take a vow of obedience to the Catholic Church.
keep a vow (=do as you promised)
She kept her vow not to tell anyone about their affair.
break a vow (=fail to do as you promised)
She accused him of breaking his marriage vows.
exchange vows (=make promises to each other as part of a wedding ceremony)
They wanted to exchange vows before their family and friends.
renew your vows (=have a second wedding ceremony to repeat your promises)
Fifty couples celebrated their golden weddings and renewed their vows at a cathedral service in Chicago.
a solemn vow (=a very serious vow, which you must keep)
He made a solemn vow that he would do everything he could to help her.
marriage/wedding vows
She wrote her own marriage vows.
a holy/sacred vow
When we get married in church we are making sacred vows.
a vow of silence/poverty/celibacy etc
People close to him have finally broken their vow of silence.
be bound by a vow (=to have promised seriously to do something)
She told him she was bound by a vow not to tell any other person.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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