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duty-bound

Saltos de línea: duty-bound

Definición de duty-bound en inglés:

adjetivo

[with infinitive]
Morally or legally obliged to do something: legitimate news stories which the press is duty-bound to report
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Someone knows who the culprits are and are duty-bound to report them before someone is seriously injured or even murdered.
  • For those who charge the Church with being intolerant of different points of view, I say to them that the church is duty-bound to be intolerant of that which is morally wrong - as should everything Christian be!
  • How do we promote a sense of interdependence in which citizens feel not just enabled to correct inaccurate reports, but duty-bound to do so?

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