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Translation of "oblige" - English-German dictionary

oblige

verb /əˈblaidʒ/
to force to do something nötigen She was obliged to go The police obliged him to leave. to do (someone) a favour or service einen Gefallen tun Could you oblige me by carrying this, please? obligation /obliˈɡeiʃən/ noun a promise or duty die Verpflichtung You are under no obligation to buy anything. obligatory /əˈbliɡətəri, (American) əbliɡəˈtoːri/ adjective compulsory verpflichtend Attendance at tonight’s meeting is obligatory. obligatorily adverb verpflichtend obliging adjective willing to help other people entgegenkommend He’ll help you – he’s very obliging. obligingly adverb entgegenkommend
(Definition of oblige from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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