• Definition for "disobey"
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disobey definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To refuse or are not able to follow an order or guideline.
    • To decline or don't follow; to violate commands; is disobedient.
    • To decline or don't follow an order or rule.
    • To decline or fail to follow; to violate instructions; becoming disobedient.
    • To refuse or don't follow an order or rule.
    • To decline or fail to obey; to violate instructions; become disobedient.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To decline or neglect to follow (an order or guideline).
    • not to ever follow; to neglect or will not follow (a superior or their instructions, the laws and regulations, etc.); to transgress the instructions of (one out of expert); to break, as an order
    • To refuse or don't obey (an order or rule).
    • Not to follow; to ignore or will not obey (a superior or their instructions, the rules, etc.); to transgress the instructions of (one in expert); to break, as an order
    • To decline or neglect to obey (an order or rule).
    • never to follow; to neglect or will not obey (an excellent or their instructions, the guidelines, etc.); to transgress the commands of (one in authority); to violate, as an order
  • verb:
    • To refuse to obey an order of (someone).
    • To refuse to obey.
    • To refuse to follow an order of (someone).
    • To will not obey.
    • refuse to go with; won't follow; be disobedient
    • will not go along with; refuse to follow; be disobedient
    • To won't obey an order of (somebody).
    • To will not obey.
    • will not go with; refuse to follow; be disobedient
  • others:
    • To neglect or refuse to follow; transgress or violate a command or injunction of; refuse submitting to: as, children disobey their particular parents; men disobey the legislation.
    • To refuse obedience; disregard authority or demand; violate principles or laws.
    • To neglect or refuse to follow; transgress or violate a command or injunction of; refuse distribution to: as, kids disobey their particular parents; males disobey the legislation.
    • To refuse obedience; disregard expert or command; violate rules or regulations.
    • To ignore or refuse to obey; transgress or violate a command or injunction of; refuse submitting to: as, kiddies disobey their particular parents; men disobey the regulations.
    • To decline obedience; neglect authority or demand; violate guidelines or laws.
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