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conform to/with sth

phrasal verb with conform uk   /kənˈfɔːm/  us   /-ˈfɔːrm/ verb [I]
to ​obey a ​rule or ​reach the ​necessarystatedstandard, or to do things in a ​traditional way: Before ​buying the baby's ​carseat , make ​sure that it ​conforms to the ​officialsafetystandards. Members have to ​conform to a ​strictdresscode.
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