to be obligated to do something
to have a legal duty to do something

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The financial manager did obligate the partner to commit to helping finishing this project by using all resources available to us.

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The government is obligated to assist those that need assistance, such as senior citizens, disabled veterans, or the mentally handicapped.

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When my boss and his wife divorced, he signed an agreement that would obligate him to provide her with support payments for the next 20 years.

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