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obey definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to handle or fulfill the demand, order, or training of.
    • to undertake or comply with (a command, for example).
    • to offer ear to; to perform the commands of; to yield submitting to; to adhere to the instructions of.
    • To publish into expert of; becoming ruled by.
    • To produce towards impulse, energy, or operation of.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To respond obediently.
    • to provide obedience.
  • verb:
    • to-do because bought by (a person, establishment etc), to behave in accordance with the putting in a bid of.
    • to accomplish as you is told.
    • to-be acquiescent, certified (to certain legislation, limitation etc.).
    • be acquiescent to
  • others:
    • To conform to the wishes or commands of; submit to, as with duty bound; be at the mercy of; provide with dutifulness.
    • To comply with; carry out; perform; execute.
    • To publish on power, control, or impact of: as, a ship obeys the woman helm.
    • To submit (one's self).
    • To produce or call it quits; send to energy, authority, control, or impact; do as bidden or directed: as, will you follow? Formerly occasionally accompanied by to.
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