How should I devote myself to work

dedicate

Associations
  • ↗ indulge (a cause) · his (one's) life · hang on to (someone's) heart · reiben dedicate himself to (a cause) · stellen put (oneself) in the service of (a cause) · Immerse oneself (in) · ↗develop (in) · put one's (whole) heart and soul into it · dedicate one's life (to a thing) ● ↗ (to dedicate oneself to a thing) obsolete · to dedicate oneself to (a thing) main form · einer (to a thing) go to live, antiquated · to be (one's) everything coll. · ↗ (to surrender to a thing) go. · ↗ (to surrender to a thing) go.
  • negative · (to) artificialize (with / on) inf., regional
  • deal with · ↗processing · ↗investigate ● ↗beackern (subject area) inf.
  • deal (with) ↗ take care of sich deal with be active become active (in a matter) ↗work (on) · be concerned (with) (administrative German) · not be idle ● be on (on) something inf. · (et) what to do inf.
  • Set (the) focus on · Concentrate (yourself) on · ↗envision · ↗focus go.
  • (who) take responsibility (for) · take on (a) task · ↗ manage (something) · ↗ regulate (something) · take care of a thing · To take care of something ● to arrange (the) necessary variable · to take (a) thing in hand inf.
  • start (an action) ↗ tackle (something) ↗ take up (something) ↗ take up (something) · ↗start · approach · ↗initiate · ↗start · ↗start ● give the starting gun fig. · ↗ (a thing / start with a thing) main form · make (something) fly fig. · Approach fig. · To tackle fig. · ↗ to attack (something) go., Fig. · ↗ to tackle (something) inf. · ↗ to get into (something) inf. · ↗ to sit down inf. · To go to something inf. · ↗you rchstarten inf. · take action, jokingly ironic
  • get started · start working · start working ● start working main form
  • ↗ to attack (something) · ↗ to grab (something) ● to grab (the) bull by the horns fig. · Take the book in hand fig. · To tackle (something) inf. · To set off inf.
  • formally · (et) what to do inf. · go to action.
  • take (the) initiative · become active ● take (the) reins in hand fig. · Take (something) in your hand fig., Main form · take (yourself) the booklet fig. · Don't wait for someone else to do something variable
  • to help (someone) · ↗ to clear (someone) · ↗ to serve (someone) go. · ↗ to (someone) to treat coll., fig.