- [person] que se amolda a los deseos de los demás; [workforce] dócilMore example sentences
- As soon as the band stops being compliant to what the record label needs them to churn out or start to under-perform they are sacked.
- Structured finance is extraordinarily flexible and, by its very nature, compliant to the wants and needs of the marketplace.
- As a bonus, the ingrained discipline and level of fitness of a dancer makes them generally compliant to hold poses for longer periods than the average client or model, without discomfort or complaint.
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The Lotería Nacional is a Spanish state-run lottery founded in 1812. There is an