Translation of engagement in Spanish:


compromiso, n.

Pronunciation /?n?ɡe?d?m?nt/ /?n?ɡe?d?m?nt/ /?n?ɡe?d?m(?)nt/ /?n?ɡe?d?m(?)nt/

See Spanish definition of compromiso


  • 1

    (pledge) compromiso masculine
    (period) noviazgo masculine
    they have broken off their engagement han roto su compromiso
    • engagement party fiesta de compromiso / de petición de mano
    • We separated twice in the duration of our engagement.
    • Apparently their society demanded a year long engagements, and this couple were newlyweds on their honeymoon.
    • People usually marry after a period of formal engagement that can last several years.
    • And the engagement promises to be deeper and longer-lasting than anyone ever imagined.
    • He had just returned from a dinner engagement with his sister and family.
    • I headed off for our dinner engagement where I waited in vain for my dear husband to arrive.
    • This did not help poor Sam who had a dinner engagement at 8.30 pm at Lancaster, hope she made it.
    • The two of us had a dinner engagement later that night, and I was about to suggest our departure when we reached a standstill in both our conversation and our walking path.
    • I have a dinner engagement in ten minutes, and I still need to go home first.
    • As well as their sightseeing the girls have also been invited to a host of formal engagements including a reception in the Irish Embassy with the Irish Ambassador and a reception for the delegates by the President of Finland.
    • While the site offers several corporate suits of a Western nature, it is largely devoted to attire a Hindu gentleman would wear to formal engagements.
    • The charity currently has 24 drivers on its rota to carry out the 200 plus requests for transport to hospital and doctors' appointments, social engagements and shopping expeditions.
    • This week is full up with appointments and social engagements, I'm sure of it, but I can hardly remember any specifics, my diary unhelpfully empty.
    • The annual St George's Day parade was her first weekend of public engagements since the end of the official period of mourning following the death of the Queen Mother and the memorial service for Princess Margaret.
    • She was still carrying out 50 engagements a year at the age of 100.
    • Unfortunately, the 80-year-old actress was forced to cancel her engagement the day before due to illness, leaving organisers just hours to find a suitable replacement.
    • Douglas has been involved in a busy range of engagements in his first month in the office.
    • Later that day he had another engagement, where he was going to plant a tree in the school of another finalist in the competition.
    • He has cancelled all his civic engagements for the remainder of the week.
    • Due to appear in court, she chose instead to fulfil a speaking engagement at the public hall.
    • The Princess Royal has also cancelled all official engagements so she can be at Windsor to comfort the Queen.
    • He does speaking engagements to inform people about his experiences in the army.
    • Then we have about 30 engagements a year, which can involve a lot of travelling.
    • This week is full up with appointments and social engagements, I'm sure of it, but I can hardly remember any specifics, my diary unhelpfully empty.
  • 2

    • 2.1(appointment)

      compromiso masculine
      a prior / previous engagement un compromiso previo
      • public engagement compromiso oficial
      • I have a dinner engagement on Friday el viernes tengo una cena
      • engagement diary agenda

    • 2.2(employment)

      contrato masculine
      empleo masculine

  • 3 formal

    combate masculine
    • Extending the conclusion of losing battles, engagements and fire fights can salvage some benefits in the greater campaign.
    • He fought in most major engagements of the Mexican war.
    • The fight for Little Round Top is certainly one of the most written about tactical engagements in the Civil War.
    • In the early morning hours of November 13, 1942, two naval forces fought one of the fiercest engagements of World War II.
    • The first engagement of the Civil War was fought on 21 July 1861 at the first Battle of Bull Run.
    • Cavalry engagements fought in mud proved very costly and from a military point of view, hopeless.
    • The division performs major tactical operations for the corps and can conduct sustained battles and engagements.
    • It is at this level that actual engagements and battles occur.
    • Over the course of his tour of duty, Price participated in 23 battles and engagements.
    • All have generated more violence and widened the circle of killing far beyond the formal engagement of armed men on both sides.
    • Australia currently has a very modest military capability in terms of supporting foreign engagements of large numbers of troops on the ground for a prolonged period.
    • As this country's land-fighting component, the Army has needed and employed interpreters in every engagement throughout its history.
    • It is mostly in use where the case in point is organizing combined effective engagement of the enemy or planning employment of air defense forces and assets.
    • The postwar operations will also require heavy engagement of Army forces for an unknown period of time.
    • Meanwhile, preparations for military engagement in the Persian Gulf continue.
    • Armed conflicts have sparked many innovations in the system of effective engagement of the enemy by fire.
    • The enduring peace between Israel and Egypt is a testament to security and stability through effective military engagement.
    • The goal of precision engagement of ground targets from aircraft has a long history.
    • Rapid simultaneous engagement of the enemy will not always result in the simultaneous cessation of all hostilities.
    • This year marks the 200th anniversary of a naval engagement that affected the balance of power from the Atlantic to the Far East - the Battle of Trafalgar.
  • 4

    engranaje masculine
    • China's engagement in space scientific experiments and technical tests is entirely out of peaceful purpose, it also represents a contribution to the science of humanity and to the cause of peace.
    • Besides my amusement in actually relating a current writing to Plato, I think the column astutely voices a deficiency of student engagement in classes.
    • Mutual obligation is therefore seen as a social or political value that can be enforced without reference to whether it involves engagement in a reciprocal economy.
    • A substantial body of research now proves student satisfaction and engagement in learning increase with participation in the arts.
    • It's about empowerment, informed decision-making and engagement in democratic processes.
    • Who would blame them for resisting engagement in this project?
    • Q7 Is there anything further about participation and engagement in democracy you would like to add?
    • It mirrored the lack of engagement in last year's US presidential elections.
    • The report looked at declining levels of engagement in the political process as well as press and broadcast news.
    • The two sides agreed on the need for full engagement in the European project and a close alliance with the US.
    • We need to develop community responsibility and civic engagement in young people.
    • Intuitively, one would expect to find a significant correlation between employee engagement and what a business produces.
    • Either way, Sweden should move towards a more constructive engagement in the process of European integration.
    • The National Party also seems to be shying away from constructive engagement on such important issues.
    • But it does require far more engagement with the world and reality.
    • The two objectives of the model are to improve services and promote community engagement.
    • Their thinking cannot be based on wide reading or a deep and sustained engagement with issues.
    • The project seeks to increase understanding of contemporary art and to facilitate engagement with the arts in the workplace.
    • What we also have is a lack of interest and engagement in formal politics.
    • The historical implies not so much an engagement with the artistic past as with the unfolding quality and specificity of events in time.