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1. Commit definition is - to carry into action deliberately : perpetrate
2. How to use Commit in a sentence
3. Commit definition, to do; perform; perpetrate: to Commit murder; to Commit an error
4. Commit synonyms, Commit pronunciation, Commit translation, English dictionary definition of Commit
5. To do, perform, or perpetrate: Commit a murder
6. To put in trust or charge; entrust: Commit oneself to
7. Commit verb (PROMISE) C2 [ I or T ] to promise or give your loyalty, time, or money to a particular principle, person, or plan of action: Like so many men, he has problems Committing him self to a …
8. While all these words mean "to assign to a person or place for a definite purpose," Commit may express the general idea of delivering into another's charge or the special sense of transferring to a superior power or to a special place of custody
Commit, Charge, Custody
9. To Commit is to fully dedicate yourself to something
10. To Commit yourself to being the coolest kid on the beach means spending hours at the mall trying on trunks and flip-flops. Commit can also mean "perform an act" — often the kind that can get you in trouble
Commit, Coolest, Can
11. Find 119 ways to say Commit, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
12. Commit - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
13. Uses of Commit: It is used to treat nicotine withdrawal
14. What do I need to tell my doctor BEFORE I take Commit?
15. Commit is a deeply sophisticated and nuanced provider of veteran transition services
16. Inflected Form(s): com·mit·ted; com·mit·ting 1 a: to put into charge or trust : entrust b: to place in a prison or mental institution c: to consign or record for preservation <Commit it to memory> d: to put into a place for disposal or safekeeping 2: to carry into action deliberately : perpetrate <Commit …
Com, Charge, Consign, Commit, Carry
17. The Commit Partnership is a community navigator and connector, working to ensure that all North Texas students receive an excellent and equitable education that prepares them to …
Commit, Community, Connector
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19. In Git, Commit is the term used for saving changes
20. Git does not add changes to a Commit automatically
21. You need to indicate which file and changes need to be saved before running the Git Commit command
Changes, Commit, Command
22. The Commit command does not …
23. Com‧mit /kəˈmɪt/ ●●● S2 W2 verb (Committed, Committing) 1 crime [ transitive] to do something wrong or illegal Women Commit fewer crimes than men. Commit murder/rape/arson etc Brady Committed a series of brutal murders
Com, Committed, Committing, Crime, Commit, Crimes
24. 2 → Commit suicide 3 → Commit adultery 4
25. The "Commit" command is used to save your changes to the local repository
Commit, Command, Changes
26. Note that you have to explicitly tell Git which changes you want to include in a Commit before running the "git Commit" command
Changes, Commit, Command
27. This means that a file won't be automatically included in the next Commit just because it …
28. The new Commit is a direct child of HEAD, usually the tip of the current branch, and the branch is updated to point to it (unless no branch is associated with the working tree, in which case HEAD is "detached" as described in git-checkout)
Commit, Child, Current, Case, Checkout
29. The content to be Committed can be specified in several ways:
Content, Committed, Can
30. To do, perform, or perpetrate: Commit a murder
31. To put in trust or charge; entrust: Commit oneself to the care of a doctor; Commit responsibilities to an assistant
Charge, Commit, Care
32. To consign for future use or for preservation: We must Commit the necessary funds for the project
33. Inflections of 'Commit' (v): (⇒ conjugate) Commits v 3rd person singular Committing v pres p verb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing." Committed v past verb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed." Committed v past p verb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or
Commit, Conjugate, Commits, Committing, Committed
34. Definition of Commit written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
35. Commit yourself in all the most important things in your life, whatever those things may be
36. A common distinction between conservatism and libertarianism is a lack of Commitment
Common, Conservatism, Commitment
37. A common distinction between progressivism and conservatism is a lack of Commitment
Common, Conservatism, Commitment
38. There is nothing wrong with a lack of Commitment to bad things.
39. A Commit is a snapshot of your Git repository at one point in time
40. In this beginner Git tutorial video, we will dig into the journey of creating a Commit.
41. The Crossword Solver found 139 answers to the Commit crossword clue
Crossword, Commit, Clue
42. What does Commit mean? To put in trust or charge; entrust
43. (verb) Commit oneself to the care of a doctor; Commit responsibilities to an assista
44. Use the Commit statement to end your current transaction and make permanent all changes performed in the transaction
Commit, Current, Changes
45. Until you Commit a transaction:
46. Use the Commit statement to end your current transaction and make permanent all changes performed in the transaction
Commit, Current, Changes
47. Until you Commit a transaction: You can see any changes you have made during the
Commit, Can, Changes
48. Our Commit history now lists three Commits
49. Instead of deleting our last Commit, the git revert command created a new Commit that has undone the changes of the previous Commit
Commit, Command, Created, Changes
50. This means that we still have a complete history of all the Commits we pushed to our repository
51. The git revert command needs a Commit reference to execute.
52. The Commit method is equivalent to the Transact-SQL Commit TRANSACTION statement
53. You cannot roll back a transaction once it has been Committed, because all modifications have become a permanent part of the database
54. For more information, see Commit TRANSACTION (Transact-SQL) .
55. Please Commit your changes or stash them before you switch branches Then you can stash your work, create a new branch, then pop your stash changes, and resolve the conflicts: git stash git checkout -b branch_name git stash pop It will be as if you had made those changes after creating the new branch
Commit, Changes, Can, Create, Conflicts, Checkout, Creating
56. An unpublished Commit is an update Committed in Git but that has not been uploaded to a server
57. To reset to a previous Commit, before any changes were made: git reset ––hard [hash] This command wipes the slate clean back to the previous Commit.
Commit, Changes, Command, Clean
58. Commit (someone or something) to (something) 1
59. I'm sorry, but I can't Commit myself to your project because it seems fundamentally flawed
60. You need to fully Commit yourself to your family and stop working so many hours
61. Commit definition: If someone Commits a crime or a sin , they do something illegal or bad
Commit, Commits, Crime
62. ‘We must Commit enough planning and resources to protect and enhance our access to, and use of, space.’ ‘He called on more charities to champion the rights and opportunities of older people, though he fell short of Committing a future government to play a role.’
Commit, Called, Charities, Champion, Committing
63. Commit (v.) late 14c., "to give in charge, entrust," from Latin Committere "to unite, connect, combine; to bring together," from com "with, together" (see com-) + mittere "to release, let go; send, throw" (see mission).
Commit, Charge, Committere, Connect, Combine, Com
64. Commit and push changes to Git repository
65. After you've added new files to the Git repository, or modified files that are already under Git version control and you are happy with their current state, you can share the results of your work.This involves Committing them locally to record the snapshot of your repository to the project history, and then pushing them to the remote repository so
Control, Current, Can, Committing
66. When the Commit log message begins with "squash! … " (or "fixup! … "), and there is a Commit whose title begins with the same … , automatically modify the todo list of rebase -i so that the Commit marked for squashing comes right after the Commit to be modified
67. Appends "NO RELEASE" to mysqli_Commit or mysqli_rollback
68. SVN Commit pushes changes from the local client to a centralized repository
Commit, Changes, Client, Centralized
69. In Git the snapshots are Committed to the local repository.
English Language Learners Definition of commit. : to do (something that is illegal or harmful) : to decide to use (a person, money, etc.) for some particular purpose or use. : to say that (someone or something) will definitely do something : to make (someone or something) obligated to do something.
In a general sense, a commit is the updating of a record in a database. In the context of a database transaction, a commit refers to the saving of data permanently after a set of tentative changes. A commit ends a transaction within a relational database and allows all other users to see the changes.
commit(Verb) To join a contest; to match; -- followed by with. commit(Verb) To pledge or bind; to compromise, expose, or endanger by some decisive act or preliminary step; for example to commit oneself to a certain action, to commit oneself to doing something.
The adjective COMMITTED has 2 senses: 1. bound or obligated, as under a pledge to a particular cause, action, or attitude. 2. associated in an exclusive sexual relationship. Familiarity information: COMMITTED used as an adjective is rare.