Commit
15 definitions

Commit

COMMIT : (1) To perform an act.  (2) To order that a mentally ill person be sent to a treatment facility.  (3) To sentence a criminal defendant to a correctional facility. 

Commit

To do something, like "to commit" a crime, or to put someone in a sheriff's custody. Or to use a court order to send a person to jail.

Commit
"Commit" means to transfer legal custody.
Commit
"Commit" means to transfer custody.
Commit

The process of committing one or more interceptor vehicles against a target track.

Commit

To send a person to prison, asylum, or reformatory by a court order.

Commit

To do something. "To commit" a crime. To put someone in a sheriff’s custody. To use a court order to send a person to jail.

Commit

To send a person to prison, asylum or reformatory pursuant to court order.

Commit

The process of assigning one or more aircraft or surface-to-air missile units to prepare to engage an entity, prior to authorizing such engagement.

Commit
as defined in OS X Glossary
"Commit": To publish changes in an Xcode project to a repository.
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Commit has been defined 15 different ways in documents like Fifth District Legal Terminology, Legal Glossary, Code of Maryland, and 7 more.

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