Detailed Translations for oblige from English to Spanish


to oblige verb (obliges, obliged, obliging)

  1. to oblige
  2. to oblige (force; compel; coerce)
  3. to oblige (compel; force; oblige to)
  4. to oblige (accomodate; be of help; help; extend the hand; make oneself useful)
  5. to oblige (oblige to; compel; force)

Conjugations for oblige:

  1. oblige
  2. oblige
  3. obliges
  4. oblige
  5. oblige
  6. oblige
simple past
  1. obliged
  2. obliged
  3. obliged
  4. obliged
  5. obliged
  6. obliged
present perfect
  1. have obliged
  2. have obliged
  3. has obliged
  4. have obliged
  5. have obliged
  6. have obliged
past continuous
  1. was obliging
  2. were obliging
  3. was obliging
  4. were obliging
  5. were obliging
  6. were obliging
  1. shall oblige
  2. will oblige
  3. will oblige
  4. shall oblige
  5. will oblige
  6. will oblige
continuous present
  1. am obliging
  2. are obliging
  3. is obliging
  4. are obliging
  5. are obliging
  6. are obliging
  1. be obliged
  2. be obliged
  3. be obliged
  4. be obliged
  5. be obliged
  6. be obliged
  1. oblige!
  2. let's oblige!
  3. obliged
  4. obliging
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for oblige:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
acometer affecting; assault; attack; attacking; coming over; defamation; impairing; imputation; injuring; stealing over
servir dishing up; service
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
acometer coerce; compel; force; oblige assault; attack; carve; cut in; force; hew in; hold up; lay violent hands upon; raid; rob; storm; suprise; surprise; take off guard; violate
agraviar coerce; compel; force; oblige abuse; aggrieve; assault; call names; defamate; force; hurt; hurt someone's feelings; jeer; jeer at; load; make heavier; offend; scoff at; slander; taunt; use force; weight
coaccionar compel; force; oblige; oblige to be obliged
compeler coerce; compel; force; oblige; oblige to
forzar coerce; compel; force; oblige; oblige to assault; break open; crack; decode; dishonor; dishonour; enforce; force; force open; kick open; overburden; overload; rape; ravish; tear open; use force; violate
forzarse coerce; compel; force; oblige force; overburden; overload
imponer oblige assault; charge; command respect; declare; force; give; insert; insist; inspire with awe; keep on; levy; persist; press; push on; push through; push trough; urge; use force
infringir coerce; compel; force; oblige assault; force; use force; violate
machacar coerce; compel; force; oblige attack; carry on one's point; chew the cud; crush; damage; dance; dash; drive; drive in; drive piles; drum into a person's head; erode; force; nag; pulverise; pulverize; ram; rub fine; ruminate; shatter; smash; spoil; stamp in; trample; twaddle; whimper; whine
obligar coerce; compel; force; oblige; oblige to charge; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; enforce; exert power; force; ordain; order; press on; rule
obligar a hacer compel; force; oblige; oblige to
ordenar coerce; compel; force; oblige aggravate; arrange; assign to; assort; be in command of; bid; burden; call; card-index; charge; class; classify; clean; clear away; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; direct; do odd jobs; do out; entomb; exert power; force; get settled; give an order; give notice of; group; instruct; inter; ordain; order; preside; proclaim; put away; put in order; put out; put right; range; rank; redevelop; remove; renovate; restore; rule; select; settle; shunt; sift; sort; sort out; systematise; systematize; take off; take the lead; tidy up
servir accomodate; be of help; extend the hand; help; make oneself useful; oblige add; aid; allow; assist; attend; attend to; back; back up; be attentive; be helpful; be on duty; dish up; do good; do up; donate; extend the hand; give; help; make oneself useful; operate; pour; pour some more; prop up; second; serve; serve out; service; te be of service
- accommodate; bind; compel; hold; obligate
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- meet

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Antonyms for "oblige":

  • disoblige

Related Definitions for "oblige":

  1. bind by an obligation; cause to be indebted1
  2. provide a service or favor for someone1
    • We had to oblige him1
  3. force somebody to do something1

Wiktionary Translations for oblige:

Cross Translation:
oblige obligar verplichten — tot regel maken dat iets moet
oblige imponer imposer — Traductions à trier suivant le sens
oblige obligar obliger — Mettre quelqu’un dans l’obligation de faire ou de dire quelque chose. (Sens général).

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