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obedient
American English: /əˈbidiənt/
, /oʊˈbidiənt/
British English: /əˈbiːdɪənt/

Translation of obedient in Spanish:

adjective

  • your obedient servant [formal] [dated]
    su humilde servidor [formal] [anticuado]
    Example sentences
    • They are expected to be obedient and comply with requests from adults immediately.
    • We have been taught to be obedient to authorities and not to think for ourselves much.
    • With Mimi he was expected to be neatly groomed, dutiful and obedient.

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