Obligate

Obligate,

Definition of Obligate:

  1. Bind or compel (someone), especially legally or morally.

  2. The act of having someone commit, bind, or compel to something by a social, legal, or moral tie.

  3. Restricted to a particular function or mode of life.

  4. Commit (assets) as security.

Synonyms of Obligate

Require, Compel, Bind, Make, Constrain, Obligate, Force, Put under an obligation, Leave someone no option, Impel, Coerce, Pressure, Pressurize, Accept obligation, Agree to, Answer for, Be answerable for, Be responsible for, Be security for, Bind, Commit, Compel, Constrain, Contract, Engage, Force, Go bail for, Have an understanding, Make imperative, Make incumbent, Oblige, Pledge, Require, Saddle with, Shake hands on, Take the vows, Tie, Undertake

How to use Obligate in a sentence?

  1. The medical establishment is obligated to take action in the best interest of the public.
  2. An obligate intracellular parasite.
  3. The money must be obligated within 30 days.

Meaning of Obligate & Obligate Definition