English version

feel/be beholden to somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfeel/be beholden to somebodyfeel/be beholden to somebodyMUSTto feel that you have a duty to someone because they have done something for you beholden
Examples from the Corpus
feel/be beholden to somebodyLudwig is beholden to the President, who gave him his job.I don't like to be beholden to anybody, I like to be my own boss.Yet most judges I know are beholden to Power-by that I mean unalterably pledged to the dominant force of the system.There was no longer any need for her to be beholden to Fen Marshall.
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