English to Welsh Meaning :: obey

ufuddhau, hufuddhauufuddhewch, ufuddha, ufuddha’, ufuddhaech, ufuddhaed, ufuddhaem, ufuddhaen, ufuddhaent, ufuddhaer, ufuddhaet, ufuddhaf, ufuddhâi, ufuddhaiff, ufuddhaith, ufuddhân, ufuddhânt, ufuddhao, ufuddhaoch, ufuddhaodd, ufuddhaom, ufuddhaont, ufuddhasai, ufuddhasant, ufuddhawyf, ufuddheais, ufuddhasem, ufuddhasent, ufuddhasid, ufuddhasit, ufuddhasoch, ufuddhasom, ufuddhaswn, ufuddhawn, ufuddhawyd, ufuddheych, ufuddhasech, ufuddheaist, ufuddhei, ufuddheid, ufuddheies, ufuddheiest, ufuddheir, ufuddheuoch, ufuddheuon
Obey :
ufuddhau
- ufuddhauufuddhaoddufuddhauufuddhau
 

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Verb(1) be obedient to

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(1) when the order was repeated, he refused to obey(2) I find that the father was justified in feeling that the mother was refusing to obey court orders, with impunity.(3) By issuing the order, the Ministry of Defence can argue that the soldier endangered himself by refusing to obey the command.(4) Captain Harper shouted out orders to his crew, who rushed to obey his commands.(5) They can only eat at set times, must carry ID cards, obey all staff instructions and are only allowed restricted visits.(6) He knew that his people would always obey him, but no one ever visited him just to talk.(7) I always obey my father(8) I want to strictly obey the principle that any difference theoretically impossible to detect is no difference at all.(9) The intelligence chief agreed to obey his political masters, and the fell deed was done.(10) Some of the men refused to obey an instruction from a police officer to turn back from the pits, and were arrested.(11) Men, women and children are tear-gassed and sprayed with capisicum spray when they refuse to obey orders.(12) Local military commanders, however, refused to obey Sharif's order that the plane be prevented from landing.(13) And on the need for contempt powers, he recounted how officials at times refused to obey the orders.(14) The subjects must obey the emperor, and sons must obey their father.(15) No matter that we didn't obey the golden rules - we were adults who could look after ourselves.(16) the officer was convicted for refusing to obey orders
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(1) to obey ::
i ufuddhau
Synonyms
Verb
1. do what someone says ::
gwneud yr hyn bydd rhywun yn dweud
3. comply with ::
cydymffurfio â
4. follow orders ::
dilyn gorchmynion
Antonyms
1. defy ::
herio
2. disobey ::
anufuddhau
Different Forms
obey, obeyed, obeying, obeys
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My father told you to obey my sister.
Obey her.

My father told you to OBEY my sister. Obey her.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 4


You swore to obey me.

You swore to OBEY me.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 10


- If you should refuse to obey...
- I won\'t refuse.

- If you should refuse to OBEY... - I won't refuse.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 8


If you obey,\\NI guarantee you’ll be left alive.\0

If you OBEY,
I guarantee you’ll be left alive.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 1


I pray for his commands and I obey.

I pray for his commands and I OBEY.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 2


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