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Adjective: obliged  u'blIjd
  1. Under a moral obligation to do something
    "Fanny was obliged to introduce him to Mr. Crawford";
    - duty-bound
Verb: oblige  u'blIj
  1. Force somebody to do something
    "We oblige all students to fill out this form";
    - compel, obligate
     
  2. Bind by an obligation; cause to be indebted
    "He's obliged by a contract";
    - bind, hold, obligate
     
  3. Provide a service or favour for someone
    "We had to oblige him";
    - accommodate

See also: obligated

Type of: abide by, cause, comply, follow, get, have, induce, make, relate, stimulate

Antonym: disoblige