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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References in classic literature ?
Take care, don't commit yourself for a whole lifetime.
Why commit yourself for life when you may change your mind and find someone better", seems to be the attitude.
If you can only give modest amounts, perhaps monthly or annually, but can commit yourself for at least four years, then make a deed of covenant.