ニュースの中での Commit

コロケーションの例

commit murder 殺人を犯す
commit suicide 自殺する
conspiracy to commit 犯す陰謀
did not commit コミットしなかった
not commit コミットしない

出版物および例文

NBCNews.com
· Plan to demolish and rebuild historic Chinatown building divides community  
The demolition process is already underway and expected to be completed by October, he said, but the city remains committed to reinstating the five tenant organizations in the new property.
Vox
· 9 movies and shows that explain how America’s justice system got this way  
Part of the series is concerned with discerning what really happened to Meili, but the rest considers the crime committed against the five young men.
The New York Times
· Justice Is About More Than the Killing of George Floyd  
The Times is committed to publishing a diversity of letters to the editor.
The Guardian
· US activist sues former Egyptian prime minister over arrest and torture  
Guards at one prison encouraged him to commit suicide, and left him alone in a cell with a decomposing corpse.
Vox
· People are running over George Floyd protesters. Are far-right memes to blame?  
I want to be clear about something: Are you saying that the police officers who ran over protesters with their vehicles were committing terror attacks?
The Guardian
· Corbyn questions impartiality of body conducting antisemitism inquiry  
It is seeking to establish whether the party committed unlawful acts and whether it has responded to complaints of unlawful acts in a lawful, efficient and effective manner.
Seeking Alpha
· MOGU Inc. (MOGU) CEO Shark Qi Chen on Q4 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript  
We are committed to continuously strengthening the connection between users and the LVB hosts.
Seeking Alpha
· EOG Resources, Inc. (EOG) CEO Bill Thomas Presents at AllianceBernstein Strategic Decisions Conference (Transcript)  
And so, we are totally committed to not spending money unless we generate return.
Vox
· The charges against former Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin, explained  
Similarly, former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor, who was eventually convicted of murdering Justine Damond, committed this crime on July 15, 2017.