obey

[v] - be obedient to
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Obey

O·bey' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Obeyed ; present participle & verbal noun Obeying .] [ Middle English obeyen , French obéir , from Latin obedire , oboedire ; ob (see Ob-) + ...
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Obey

O·bey' intransitive verb To give obedience. « Will he obey when one commands?» Tennyson. » By some old writers obey was used, as in the French idiom, with the preposition to . « His servants ye are, to whom ye obey R...
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Obey

• (v. t.) To give ear to; to execute the commands of; to yield submission to; to comply with the orders of. • (v. t.) To yield to the impulse, power, or operation of; as, a ship obeys her helm. • (v. t.) To submit to the authority of; to be ruled by. • (v. i.) To give obedience.
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obey

obey 1. Following instructions or behaving in accordance with a law, a rule, or an order. 2. To submit or to conform in action to (some guiding principle, impulse, one's conscience, etc.). 3. Etymology: from Old French obeir, from Latin oboedire, 'obey, pay attention to, to give ear to'; literally, 'listen to'; from ob-, 'to' + audire, 'to listen...
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