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obligate

[′äb·lə·gət]
(biology)
Restricted to a specified condition of life, as an obligate parasite.
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It entered into an agreement with its supplier, under which the supplier advanced $1.5 million to Karns and required it to enter into a supply agreement obligating it to purchase $16 million of products annually.
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"We are going to be obligating industry to fund and run programs to look after end-of-life materials." Smith says industry groups will be responsible for tires, electronics, portions of the curbside blue-box program, which will be expanded to include hazardous household wastes such as paint and other materials.