oblige

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الإنجليزية - التركية
zorunda bırakmak
(fiil) zorunda bırakmak, mecbur etmek, bağlamak (anlaşma vb.), minnettar kılmak, minnettar bırakmak, iyilik etmek, lütfetmek, memnun etmek
{f} mecbur etmek
{f} memnun etmek
{f} bağlamak (anlaşma vb.)
{f} iyilik etmek
{f} lütfetmek
iyilikte bulunmak
bağlamak (anlaşma)
{f} minnettar kılmak
mahküm etmek
-e yardım etmek
lütufta bulunmak
zorlamak
mecbur et
{f} minnettar bırakmak
minnetar bırakmak
Çok minnettarım

Ben nezaketin için sana çok minnettarım. - I am much obliged to you for your kindness.

{f} -e iyilik etmek, -e yardım etmek, -i memnun etmek
I am much obliged
lütfet/zorla
oblige to
mecbur et
oblige to be
mecbur et
oblige to
zorlamak için
oblige with
zorunlu ile
obliged
zorunlu

14 yaşından itibaren Hollanda'da kimlik taşımak zorunluluğu vardır. - From the age of 14 one is obliged to carry ID in Holland.

Hayır, zorunlu değilsin. - No, you're not obliged.

obliged
minnettar

Beni kasabaya kadar götürebilirsen çok minnettar olurum. - I'd be much obliged if you could give me a lift into town.

Ben nezaketin için sana çok minnettarım. - I am much obliged to you for your kindness.

obliging
{s} nazik
noblesse oblige
asillerin soylu davranması gereği
oblige to
mecbur etmek
obliged
borçlu
obliged
zorlanmış
obliged
zorlanan
obliged
mahküm olmak
obliged
(Kanun) mükellef
obliging
zorlama
obliging
yardıma hazır
obliging
zorlayarak
obliged
{f} zorla

Kate kitap okumaya zorlandı. - Kate was obliged to read the book.

obliging
{f} zorla
noblesse oblige
egemen olan mesuldür
noblesse oblige
asalet bunu gerektirir
obliging
hoş davranan
obliging
{s} yardımsever
obliging
lütfet/zorla
obliging
obligingly nazik bir şekilde
obliging
{s} yardımcı
obliging
{s} yardım etmeye hazır
obliging
obligingness nezaket
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To constrain someone by force or by social, moral or legal means

I am obliged to report to the police station every week.

To be indebted to someone

I am obliged to you for your recent help.

To do a service or favour

The singer obliged with another song.

To do someone a service or favour (hence, originally, creating an obligation)

He obliged me by not parking his car in the drive.

bind by an obligation; cause to be indebted; "He's held by a contract"; "I'll hold you by your promise" provide a service or favor for someone; "We had to oblige him
To attach, as by a bond
{f} obligate, compel; do something as a favor, accommodate
provide a service or favor for someone; "We had to oblige him
To bind by some favor rendered; to place under a debt; hence, to do a favor to; to please; to gratify; to accommodate
bind by an obligation; cause to be indebted; "He's held by a contract"; "I'll hold you by your promise"
{v} to bind, force, compel, do a favor
provide a service or favor for someone; "We had to oblige him"
If you are obliged to do something, a situation, rule, or law makes it necessary for you to do that thing. The storm got worse and worse. Finally, I was obliged to abandon the car and continue on foot This decree obliges unions to delay strikes. = compel
force or compel somebody to do something; "We compel all students to fill out this form"
To oblige someone means to be helpful to them by doing what they have asked you to do. If you ever need help with the babysitting, I'd be glad to oblige We called up three economists to ask how to eliminate the deficit and they obliged with very straightforward answers Mr Oakley always has been ready to oblige journalists with information
To constrain by physical, moral, or legal force; to put under obligation to do or forbear something
formulae People sometimes use obliged in expressions such as `much obliged' or `I am obliged to you' when they want to indicate that they are very grateful for something. Much obliged for your assistance Thank you very much indeed, Doctor, I am extremely obliged to you
politeness If you tell someone that you would be obliged or should be obliged if they would do something, you are telling them in a polite but firm way that you want them to do it. I would be obliged if you could read it to us
oblige with
agree, consent
noblesse oblige
the honourable obligation that is the responsibility of those of high rank; in American English this often includes the expectation of benevolent actions such as helping those less fortunate
obliged
Simple past tense and past participle of oblige
obliged
Indebted because of a favor done
obliging
Present participle of oblige
obliging
{a} forcing, civil, kind, good
obligingly
{a} civilly, complaisantly, kindly
noblesse oblige
Noblesse oblige is the idea that people with advantages, for example those of a high social class, should help and do things for other people. They did so without hope of further profit and out of a sense of noblesse oblige. the idea that people who belong to a high social class should behave in a kind and generous way towards people of a lower social class
noblesse oblige
obligation for member of the upper class to act in a certain way
noblesse oblige
the obligation of those of high rank to be honorable and generous (often used ironically)
obliged
past of oblige
obliged
Under an obligation to do something for someone
obliged
under a moral obligation to do something
obliged
{s} committed, compelled
obliger
{i} one who does a favor
obliger
One who, or that which, obliges
obliger
someone who performs a service or does a favor
obliges
third-person singular of oblige
obliging
officious
obliging
{s} courteous, helpful; friendly; accommodating
obliging
Putting under obligation; disposed to oblige or do favors; hence, helpful; civil; kind
obliging
showing a cheerful willingness to do favors for others; "to close one's eyes like a complaisant husband whose wife has taken a lover"; "the obliging waiter was in no hurry for us to leave"
obliging
happy to comply
obliging
Happy and ready to do favours for others
obliging
approval If you describe someone as obliging, you think that they are willing and eager to be helpful. He is an extremely pleasant and obliging man. = accommodating + obligingly oblig·ing·ly He swung round and strode towards the door. Benedict obligingly held it open. willing and eager to help
obligingly
in an obliging manner; courteously; helpfully
obligingly
In an obliging manner
obligingly
in accommodation; "obligingly, he lowered his voice"
obligingly
in accommodation; "obligingly, he lowered his voice
oblige
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