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obligation
Pronunciation: / ɔbligasjɔ̃ /

Translation of obligation in English:

nom féminin

  • 1 (devoir) (professionnel, moral, familial)
    (légal)
    (militaire)
    vos obligations de citoyen
    your obligations as a citizen
    faire honneur à ses obligations
    to honour (british) one's obligations
    satisfaire à ses obligations
    to fulfil (british) one's obligations ou duties
    faire face à ses obligations
    to face up to one's responsibilities
    manquer à ses obligations
    to fail in one's responsibilities
    sans obligation d'achat
    with no obligation to buy
    avec obligation d'achat
    with the obligation to buy
    sans obligation de votre part
    with no obligation
    avec obligation de faire
    with the obligation to do
    ce n'est pas une obligation de les inviter lundi
    you don't have to invite them on Monday
    être dans l'obligation de faire
    to be under an obligation to do, to be obliged to do
    se faire une obligation de faire
    to feel it one's duty to do
    avoir une obligation or des obligations envers quelqu'un
    to feel an obligation toward(s) somebody
  • 6 (Religion)fête d'obligation
    (holy) day of obligation
    jeûne d'obligation
    obligatory Fast Day

Compounds

obligation de réserve

  • duty of confidentiality

obligation scolaire

  • compulsory school attendance

obligations militaires

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