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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcompliantcom‧pli‧ant /kəmˈplaɪənt/ adjective  1 WILLINGwilling to obey or to agree to other people’s wishes and demandscomply For years I had tried to be a compliant and dutiful wife.2 made or done according to particular rules or standardscomplycompliant with Future versions will be fully compliant with the industry standard.
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compliantBut the cardinal seemed unaware that the laity was no longer as compliant as it had once been.At Croxford House the luxuries of small classes and lavish facilities, plus moderately compliant children, cushioned his inadequacies.Instead, I was a pliable, compliant inhabitant of a world of vague feelings and limited comprehension.Patients who are less compliant may be forced to take medication against their will.But they are not truly compliant, since they do express their anger indirectly-they fail.Some patients are more compliant than others in the hospital.But he would have to try and be a little more compliant, throw a little more charm around.At this the lowest level, what is done is done in a compliant way.It's depressing to see an intelligent, spirited young woman like her turning into a meek and compliant wife.
From Longman Business Dictionarycompliantcom‧pli‧ant /kəmˈplaɪənt/ adjective LAW if something is compliant with a law or rule, it does what the law says it mustThe Rolls-Royce engines are half as noisy as the other engines, making the planes compliant with the rules on noise levels set by some airports.
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