commit (oneself or something) for (something)

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commit (oneself or something) for (something)

To agree to involvement in something; to make a commitment to something. Can you believe she asked us to commit ourselves for her move on Saturday? I want to enjoy my day off! Unfortunately, I can't commit my time for your project.
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commit someone or something for something

to promise someone or something for a particular purpose or time. I can't commit myself for Friday night. We are unable to commit any more funds for your project.
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I'm a Tottenham fan and I love playing for Tottenham, so I would like to commit myself for another three years and continue to play for this club.
If I do commit myself for life, I hope the club and the board will - the same way as I do.
He added: "I want to commit myself for the next four or five years so that I can fight for something.
I can sign a new contract and commit myself for a long time to Birmingham City, the better.
Of course, you never know what might happen in the future, but if the club wanted me to commit myself for longer, I would be happy to do so.
I'm not sure I want to commit myself for the next five years - but if I do, the finance has to be exactly right from my point of view.