Tom is having trouble coping with the fact that his son committed suicide.
Many atrocities were committed during the war.
He committed suicide.
The torture made him confess to crimes he had not committed.
It was the court's finding that the witness committed perjury.
By signing the contract, I committed myself to working there for another five years.
We heard that Tom had committed suicide, but we didn't really believe it.
When we get down to brass tacks, we are all as guilty as the persons who actually committed the crime.
Beth was committed to Chris and eagerly accepted.
A merciless slaugter had been committed in Srebrenica in 1995.
It is not men's faults that ruin them so much as the manner in which they conduct themselves after the faults have been committed.
loyal and willing to give your time and energy to something that you believe in: a committed Christian She's committed to the job
People who committed a crime once might commit one again.
The US judicial system and press are incredible: One day you're a poor examplary housewife, victim of a rape, the next, you're an illegal immigrant, having committed perjury and being suspected of whitewashing drug money.
Inglés palabracomprometido"(committed) ocurre en conjuntos: