Obligatory - REF

Obligatory (adjective):Meaning: Required or necessary as a result of a rule, law, custom, or moral duty; mandatory.

Examples:

  1. Attending the safety briefing is obligatory before entering the construction site.
  2. Payment of taxes is an obligatory duty for all citizens.
  3. Wearing a seatbelt is obligatory to ensure passenger safety.

Synonyms: Mandatory, compulsory, required, necessary, binding.

Antonyms: Optional, voluntary, discretionary.

Collocations:

  1. Obligatory requirement: Meeting the obligatory requirement is essential to qualify for the scholarship.
  2. Obligatory duty: It is the obligatory duty of parents to provide for their children's well-being.
  3. Obligatory action: Filling out the form is an obligatory action for registration.

Idioms:

  1. Under obligation: By accepting the offer, she was under obligation to complete the task.
  2. Obliged to do something: He felt obliged to do something to help his neighbor.
  3. Obliged to: They were obliged to attend the meeting as representatives of their department.

Expressions:

  1. Obliged to say: He felt obliged to say something after the surprising announcement.
  2. Obliged to do one's duty: Despite the challenges, she felt obliged to do her duty.
  3. Feel obliged to: She felt obliged to express her gratitude for the help.

Phrases:

  1. Obligatory for all: The workshop is obligatory for all new employees.
  2. Obligatory to attend: It's obligatory to attend the orientation session.
  3. Obligatory on everyone: It's obligatory on everyone to follow the safety guidelines.

Word Family (noun):

  • Obligation (noun): A duty or commitment that is legally or morally binding.

Word Family (verb with prefix: "dis-"):

  • Disobligate (verb): To release or free from an obligation.

Word Family (noun with suffix: "-ist"):

  • Obligatorist (noun): A person who advocates for obligatory actions or duties.

Subscribe to THESKILL newsletter and stay updated.

Don't miss anything. Get all the latest posts delivered straight to your inbox. It's free!
Great! Check your inbox and click the link to confirm your subscription.
Error! Please enter a valid email address!