Adjective(1) morally or legally constraining or binding(2) required by obligation or compulsion or convention
(1) Neither governments nor courts have accepted the Universal Declaration as an instrument with obligatory force.(2) Being born in the US bestows US citizenship on the offspring and eliminates the obligatory military service requirement.(3) She revels in her emotional, moral and intellectual ineptitude, in the obligatory tiny little dress, prancing around on the nearest available red carpet, loving it.(4) By virtue of a developing custom, particular conduct may be considered to be permitted or obligatory in legal terms, or abstention from particular conduct may come to be considered a legal duty.(5) It only took around an hour to get to the summit of Mt Loch, which was rather disappointing, so after the obligatory snowball fight, we got serious and ventured along another trail that we found.(6) Now we're graduates, people are doing the obligatory year down under, and having the mandatory farewell sessions.(7) It insists on the introduction of obligatory rules for anti-discriminatory conduct in the job descriptions of schoolteachers.(8) At this point, I decided to change my strategy and made the obligatory pit stop earlier than expected.(9) Despite the occasional obligatory trumpet with a mind of its own, Lucas kept the tempos lively.(10) Legal experts equate obligatory drug testing to suspicionless searches, and doubt any rational court would allow for the testing of entire student bodies.(11) If the government enforces two legislations for two similar obligatory programs, the result would be legal uncertainty, he said.(12) Then we have the obligatory fashion section, which again, is well laid out and quite fun if you enjoy playing dress up and trying on a different identity every week.(13) They took the obligatory 45 minutes to be fashionably late, and boy, did we ever love them for it.(14) The protest was the first public display of dissent by women since the 1979 revolution, when the new regime enforced obligatory veiling.(15) The National Conference is the UDF supreme body - its decisions are obligatory to all UDF members.(16) After the old fella collecting money, we passed the old guy at the door greeting customers, with the obligatory vest, badges and balloons for the kids.
(1) obligatory course :: 義務のコース
1. compulsory ::
2. mandatory ::
6. statutory ::
8. binding ::
9. incumbent ::
10. requisite ::
11. necessary ::
12. imperative ::
13. unavoidable ::
14. inescapable ::
15. essential ::
1. elective ::
2. voluntary ::
Different Formsnonobligatory, obligatorily, obligatory
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