Definitions of "obligate"
  1. The act of legally or ethically binding someone or something
  2. To set aside or designate funds or property to fulfill or secure a legal responsibility
How to use "obligate" in a sentence
  1. While the contract obligates both parties to the agreement, the company failed to fulfill their responsibilities.
  2. The landlords must obligate funds in an escrow account for possible future repairs.
  3. By signing the agreement, the sponsor agreed to obligate themselves to the financial needs of the event.

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