Definition of Obliger in English :

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Obliger meaning in English

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1. accommodator, obliger

someone who performs a service or does a favor

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


see synonyms of obliger
1. (tr; often passive)
to bind or constrain (someone to do something) by legal, moral, or physical means
2. (tr; usually passive)
to make indebted or grateful (to someone) by doing a favour or service
we are obliged to you for dinner
to do a service or favour to (someone)
she obliged the guest with a song

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verb transitiveWord forms: oˈbliged or oˈbliging
to compel by moral, legal, or physical force; constrain
to make indebted for a favor or kindness done; do a favor for
verb intransitive
to do a favor or service

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v. o·bliged, o·blig·ing, o·blig·es
1. To compel or require (someone) to do something, as by circumstance or legality: When the power went out, we were obliged to fetch water with a bucket. The contract obliges you to meet the deadline.
2. To make indebted or grateful: I am obliged to you for your gracious hospitality.
3. To do a service or favor for: They obliged us by arriving early.
To do a service or favor: The soloist obliged with yet another encore.

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