comply definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to do something relative to another's command, demand, rule, or desire: The patient complied utilizing the doctor's sales.
    • Obsolete becoming courteous or acquiescent.
    • To yield assent; to accord; concur, or acquiesce; to adjust a person's self; to consent or conform; -- often followed closely by with.
    • is ceremoniously polite; to create a person's compliments.
    • to behave according to another's command, demand, rule, or want: The patient complied with all the physician's requests.
    • Obsolete To be polite or obedient.
    • To yield assent; to accord; agree, or acquiesce; to adjust a person's self; to consent or conform; -- generally accompanied by with.
    • become ceremoniously polite; to help make an individual's compliments.
  • verb:
    • To yield assent; to accord; agree, or acquiesce; to adjust your self; to consent or adjust;
    • to-be ceremoniously polite; in order to make an individual's compliments.
    • to meet; to achieve.
    • To enfold; to accept.
    • act prior to somebody's guidelines, commands, or wishes
    • To produce assent; to accord; concur, or acquiesce; to adjust one's self; to consent or adjust;
    • becoming ceremoniously courteous; to make your compliments.
    • to meet; to accomplish.
    • To enfold; to accept.
    • act in accordance with someone's guidelines, commands, or wishes
  • verb-transitive:
    • to satisfy; to achieve.
    • To infold; to accept.
    • To fulfill; to accomplish.
    • To infold; to accept.
  • others:
    • To fulfil; perform or execute.
    • To caress; embrace; encircle.
    • To act according to another's will or need; yield in agreement or conformity: since, to comply with a command or request.
    • to support itself; agreement; fit; conform: said of things.
    • is polite, complaisant, or conciliatory.
    • To fulfil; do or execute.
    • To caress; accept; encircle.
    • to behave according to another's might or desire; yield in contract or conformity: since, to comply with a command or request.
    • to allow for it self; accord; fit; conform: said of things.
    • To be courteous, complaisant, or conciliatory.

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