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Pledge Meaning in Bengali. Pledge শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Pledge meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Pledge".

"Pledge Meaning"


Pledge বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Pledge in English? What does Pledge mean? What is another word for Pledge? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: pledge, pledge campaign, pledge campaigns, pledge drive, pledge drives, pledge oneself, pledge-bound, pledge-free, pledgeable, pledged,

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Pledge History and Origin

History of: Pledge

Pledge Synonyms

word agreement vow promise oath assurance guarantee toast covenant health warrant undertaking

Pledge Definition

noun
1.
a solemn promise or agreement to do or refrain from doing something:
a pledge of aid; a pledge not to wage war.
2.
something delivered as security for the payment of a debt or fulfillment of a promise, and subject to forfeiture on failure to pay or fulfill the promise.
3.
the state of being given or held as security:
to put a thing in pledge.
4.
Law.
  1. the act of delivering goods, property, etc., to another for security.
  2. the resulting legal relationship.
5.
something given or regarded as a security.
6.
a person accepted for membership in a club, fraternity, or sorority, but not yet formally approved.
7.
an assurance of support or goodwill conveyed by drinking a person's health; a toast.
8.
Obsolete.
  1. a hostage.
  2. a person who becomes bail or surety for another.
verb (used with object), pledged, pledging.
9.
to bind by or as if by a pledge:
to pledge hearers to secrecy.
10.
to promise solemnly:
to pledge one's support.
11.
to give or deposit as a pledge; pawn.
12.
to stake, as one's honor.
13.
to secure by a pledge; give a pledge for.
14.
to accept as a pledge for club, fraternity, or sorority membership.
15.
to drink a health or toast to.
verb (used without object), pledged, pledging.
16.
to make or give a pledge:
to pledge for someone.
17.
to drink a pledge; toast someone's health, success, etc.
Idioms
18.
take the pledge, to make a solemn, formal vow to abstain from intoxicating drink.

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