Obligation Meaning – తెలుగు అర్ధము



Obligation – దయ

Pronunciation = Obligation 

Obligation in Telugu: ఆబ్లిగేషన్స్

Part of speech: Adjective

Plural: Obligation (దయ)

Definition in English: a debt of gratitude for a service or favour.

Definition in Telugu:ఒక సేవ లేదా మేలు కోసం కృతజ్ఞతా రుణం.

Examples in English:

  • Now, you have an obligation to the monster you created.
  • A similar obligation prevails in parts of Germany.

Examples in Telugu:

  • దయచేసి నాపైన దయ చూపోదు

Synonyms for Obligation

Synonyms in Telugu దుర్వినియోగం, బలాత్కారం, ప్రేరణ, ప్రేరేపించడం
Synonyms in English contract, agreement, deed, covenant, bond, treaty, deal, pact, compact, understanding, transaction

Antonyms for Obligation

in Telugu ప్రత్యామ్నాయ, గౌరవం, సంకల్పం, మౌలిక
in English option, emancipation, selection,privilege

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