The prime minister was happy to oblige.
“Thee’ll much oblige us, friend George, to say no more about that.
I brought it to her just to oblige you like, and make myself agreeable.
There is a ceiling imposed by the regulator on how much the ombudsman can oblige a bank to pay.
As López Obrador got up to oblige them, he said, “This country has its personalities—but Donald Trump!”
It was not to oblige Jane Fairfax therefore that he would have preferred the society of William Larkins.
The AfD’s enduring support could oblige them to keep it going after Saxony-Anhalt’s election on June 6th.
The same Lawes, because they oblige onely to a desire, and endeavour, I mean an unfeigned and constant endeavour, are easie to be observed.
Sun Hung Kai Properties, one of the world’s biggest companies of its kind, was said to be happy to oblige as it sought his favors, showering Mr.
The fact that an option doesn't oblige you to trade the underlying asset means you have the choice of buying or selling only in favorable market conditions.
Critics of this policy, including The Economist it seems, propose a free-for-all that would oblige those seeking asylum to risk their lives on rickety boats.
The latter’s guidelines oblige governments to limit interactions with the tobacco industry to a minimum and to ensure full transparency of those interactions that occur.
Defenders of the package point to an annual review mechanism, monitored by experts, who can oblige the government to adjust policy if sectors slip behind their emission targets.
New EU rules which are being phased in this year, and which enter fully into force in 2021, oblige manufacturers to cut the average CO2 emissions of their new car fleets dramatically - or face swingeing fines.
Some advisers opposed “playing the China card” for fear that the Soviets would retaliate by calling off the continuing SALT negotiations, but Brzezinski persuaded the President that closer ties between the United States and China would oblige the U.S.S.R. to court…
In response to the shortages, the commission is to release details of a new “transparency register” by the end of the week to oblige vaccine suppliers to notify it of exports, with the German government raising the prospect of a block on the movement of doses outside the EU.
"If governments were to strengthen restrictions on social gathering, which may therefore oblige us to close our estate again or further push back movie releases, it would have a negative impact on our financial performance and likely require the need to raise additional liquidity."
After yet more Australian MPs revealed that they might be ineligible to serve in parliament because they are dual nationals, Malcolm Turnbull, the prime minister, announced a plan to oblige all MPs to prove that they had renounced any foreign citizenship to which they might be entitled.
In the meantime, the coolproducts campaign group is calling for the European commission to outlaw the use of ‘defeat devices’ – where this is proven – and oblige TV manufacturers to inform consumers about changes to settings or software updates that could negatively impact on their sets’ home energy consumption.
“Oblige Flint to bring her plans to parliament, so we can fight for common sense against the tide of infantilising elf and safety madness, and when we have won we can help her to drown her sorrows in the time-honoured British way – and our potations will be equally responsible, or irresponsible, whatever it says on the label.”
- force somebody to do something
- bind by an obligation; cause to be indebted
- provide a service or favor for someone
Example: We had to oblige him
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Oblige Flint to bring her plans to parliament so we can fight for common sense against the tide of infantilising elf and safety madness and when we have won we can help her to drown her sorrows in the time-honoured British way – and our potations will be equally responsible or irresponsible whatever it says on the label