- to obey (an order)
- 可以逼人服从, 却无法逼人生爱。
- You can compel obedience, but not affection.
- The commanding officer expected unquestioning obedience from his men.
- 通知她交纳罚款, 但她拒不服从。
- She was told to pay the fine, but refused to comply.
- Soldiers are trained to obey without question.
- He enjoined obedience on his followers.
- He demands unquestioning obedience from his followers.
- He faced a court martial for disobeying orders.
- A soldier must obey his superior officers.
- Aunt May wants everybody in her family to obey her absolutely.She does to a fault.
- A woman who belongs to a religious order or congregation devoted to active service or meditation, living under vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience.
- The coach charged the loss of the game to the team's disobeying his order.
- Obedience to order is very important in an army.
- This is an authoritative order.
- The officer said that if any soldiers disobeyed his orders, he would throw the book at them.
- A person of slavish or unquestioning obedience; a lackey.