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Definition of obliged adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



[not before noun] obliged (to somebody) (for something/for doing something) (formal)
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used when you are expressing thanks or asking politely for something, to show that you are grateful to someone I'm much obliged to you for helping us. I'd be obliged if you would keep this to yourself.
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