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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “oblige”

oblige

verb [T + obj + to infinitive ] (FORCE)
迫使
 
 
/əˈblaɪdʒ/ (mainly US or formal obligate)
to force someone to do something, or to make it necessary for someone to do something
責成;強迫,迫使
The law obliges companies to pay decent wages to their employees.
法律強制公司向其雇員支付適當的工資。
Sellers are not legally obliged to accept the highest offer.
法律沒有強制賣主必須接受最高的出價。
Causing somebody to actUrging and persuading
(Definition of oblige verb (FORCE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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