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From Longman Business Dictionaryobligatedob‧li‧gat‧ed /ˈɒbləgeɪtədˈɑːb-/ adjective especially American English1be obligated (to do something) to have to do something or have a duty to do itThe insurer is obligated by contract to compensate the policyholder for the damage.2be/feel obligated to somebody to owe someone loyalty, thanks, or money because they have done something for youWorkers who have received in-house training may well feel obligated to their employer.
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