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Obligatory meaning in Urdu

Obligatory Sentences

Obligatory Prayers.
He made all the obligatory apologies.

Obligatory Definitions

1 of 2) Obligatory : فرض : (adjective) morally or legally constraining or binding.

Attendance is obligatory.
An obligatory contribution.


2 of 2) Obligatory : ضروری : (satellite adjective) required by obligation or compulsion or convention.

Useful Words

Bounden : اخلاقی طورپر ضروری , Obligatorily : لازمی طور سے , Imposed : لاگو کیا گیا , Ask : امید کرنا , Incumbent : لازمی , Acknowledge : تسلیم کرنا , Answerable : جواب دہ , Unprintable : ناقابل اشاعت , Decree : حکم , Joint Resolution : مشترکہ قرار داد , Righteous : دیانتدار , Blackguard : نیچ آدمی , Seamy : گھٹیا , Despicable : گھناونا , Unlawful : ناجائز , Evil : برا , Ligature : باندھنے کا عمل , Bandage : مرہم پٹی کرنا , Evil : بدکرداری , Chaste : پاکیزہ , Wicked : خبیث , Unregenerate : غیر اصلاح یافتہ , Incorruptible : ناقابل تحلیل , Enervate : کمزور کرنا , Bookbinder : جلد ساز , Allegiance : بیعت , Assurance : ضمانت , Contract : میثاق , Null : بے حیثیت , Corrupt : بگاڑنا , Debauchee : عیاش

Useful Words Definitions

Bounden: morally obligatory.

Obligatorily: in an obligatory manner.

Imposed: set forth authoritatively as obligatory.

Ask: consider obligatory; request and expect.

Incumbent: necessary (for someone) as a duty or responsibility; morally binding.

Acknowledge: accept as legally binding and valid.

Answerable: morally or legally responsible to a higher authority.

Unprintable: unfit for print because morally or legally objectionable or offensive to good taste.

Decree: a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge).

Joint Resolution: a resolution passed by both houses of Congress which becomes legally binding when signed by the Chief Executive (or passed over the Chief Executive's veto).

Righteous: morally justified.

Blackguard: someone who is morally reprehensible.

Seamy: morally degraded.

Despicable: morally reprehensible.

Unlawful: not morally right or permissible.

Evil: morally bad or wrong.

Ligature: the act of tying or binding things together.

Bandage: dress by covering or binding.

Evil: morally objectionable behavior.

Chaste: morally pure person.

Wicked: morally bad in principle or practice.

Unregenerate: not reformed morally or spiritually.

Incorruptible: incapable of being morally corrupted.

Enervate: weaken mentally or morally.

Bookbinder: a worker whose trade is binding books.

Allegiance: the act of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally) to a course of action.

Assurance: a binding commitment to do or give or refrain from something.

Contract: a binding agreement between two or more persons that is enforceable by law.

Null: lacking any legal or binding force.

Corrupt: corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality.

Debauchee: a dissolute person; usually a man who is morally unrestrained.

Related Words

Compulsory : لازمی , Indispensable : ناقابل اجتناب , Prerequisite : مقدم , Necessary : ضروری

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