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Translation of "mandatory" - English-Spanish dictionary

mandatory

adjective   /ˈmæn.də.tər.i/ formal
Something that is mandatory must be done, or is demanded by law. obligatorio The minister is calling for mandatory prison sentences for people who assault police officers. Athletes must undergo a mandatory drugs test before competing in the championship. In 1991, the British government made it mandatory to wear rear seat belts in cars.684
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