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obligingadjective

us   /əˈblɑɪ·dʒɪŋ/
  • obliging adjective (HELP)

willing or eager to help: An obliging neighbor helped her shovel the snow.
obligingly
adverb us   /əˈblɑɪ·dʒɪŋ·li/
She obligingly offered us a lift.
(Definition of obliging from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “obliging”
in Arabic خَدوم…
in Korean 기꺼이 도와주는…
in Portuguese complacente, antencioso…
in Catalan atent, servicial…
in Japanese 親切な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 乐于助人的, 热心相助的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 樂於助人的, 熱心相助的…
in Italian cortese, servizievole…
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