obligation ( obligations plural )
1 n-var If you have an obligationto do something, it is your duty to do that thing.
usu N to-inf
When teachers assign homework, students usually feel an obligation to do it..., Ministers are under no obligation to follow the committee's recommendations.
2 n-var If you have an obligationto a person, it is your duty to look after them or protect their interests.
usu N to n
The United States will do that which is necessary to meet its obligations to its own citizens..., I have an ethical and a moral obligation to my client.
3 In advertisements, if a product or a service is available without obligation, you do not have to pay for that product or service until you have tried it and are satisfied with it.
without obligation phrase
If you are selling your property, why not call us for a free valuation without obligation?...
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