Commitment [noun]

Definition of Commitment:

assurance; obligation

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Opposite/Antonyms of Commitment:

Sentence/Example of Commitment:

That’s why it is so important to have public commitments of the government with the data protection law.

Scarane has focused instead on his support for Senate supermajority rules and questioned his commitment to supporting liberal judges.

What is required is to match commitment to broader responsibility of corporations to society with a power structure that backs it up.

We commend all of the HEI participants for their commitment to providing inclusive care for all.

Freed from the commitment of travel, we’ve already signed up an impressive group of CEOs including Marriott’s Arne Sorenson, Beth Ford of Land O’Lakes, Brian Cornell of Target, Deanna Mulligan of Guadian Life, and GE’s Larry Culp.

Johnson is facing a backlash from the EU and from within his own ruling Conservative Party after his government said it is ready to break its commitments to the EU over the Irish border.

Early on, for example, the federal government equivocated over contractual commitments to companies that came forward to produce ventilators.

Brands want the flexibility now to turn things on and off and not have a pre agreed-upon commitment.

Instead, they doubled down on their commitment to their team members, their customers, their partners and the broader community.

In some cases, an advertiser would be able to cancel the full amount of their remaining upfront commitments.