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Translation of "obey" - English-Spanish dictionary

obey

verb   /əʊˈbeɪ/
to do what someone tells you to do obedecer If you do not obey the law, you will be arrested.
→  Opposite disobey
(Definition of obey from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

obey

verb /əˈbei, (American) ou-/
to do what one is told to do obedecer I obeyed the order.
obedience /əˈbiːdjəns/ noun
the act of obeying obediencia obedience to an order.
willingness to obey obediencia She showed great obedience.
obedient adjective
obediente an obedient and well-behaved child.
obediently adverb
obedientemente The dog obediently followed its master along the path.
(Definition of obey from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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