ألزمألزم, إلتزم بعمل شئ, اضطر
Verb(1) force somebody to do something(2) commit in order to fulfill an obligation(3) bind by an obligation; cause to be indebted
Adjective(1) restricted to a particular condition of life
(1) Chlamydia are obligate intracellular parasites that are present in 2 forms.(2) Taken together, our analysis provides strong evidence for a reductive mode of evolution in obligate intracellular parasites with high rates of DNA loss.(3) There is no law that can obligate a person to undergo medical treatment in order to save the life of another person.(4) Microsporidia are obligate intracellular parasites that were thought to be an ancient eukaryotic lineage based on molecular phylogenies using ribosomal RNA and translation elongation factors.(5) But the Court has not clearly decided whether a state law may obligate people (pedestrians or passengers, and not just drivers) to present identification once they are lawfully stopped.(6) The human stage amastigote is an obligate intracellular parasite, spherical, 2 to 5 g in diameter, and displays a nucleus and kinetoplast.(7) Microsporidia are a monophyletic assemblage of obligate intracellular parasites that generally infect animals (particularly arthropods and fish).(8) I often wonder where such people acquire the notion their freedom of speech obligates me to read, let alone publish, their ideas.(9) To what extent should people be obligated to detail these potential shortcomings/differences in a social setting?(10) This surety bond will indemnify the performance of the obligator .(11) Each member is obligated to contribute 2.5 percent of his salary or monthly income to the association.(12) Sellers are obligated to disclose significant property defects of which they are aware.(13) Purdha obligates Muslim women not reveal their body form so that the shape of the body remains unseen.(14) After completing their training, all medical workers are obligated to put in several years at a state medical facility.(15) The Catholic faith I am part of obligates me to have moral courage.(16) This means that funds have to be obligated against contractual agreements within a limited amount of time.
1. oblige ::
Different Formsobligate, obligated, obligates, obligating
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