To do as ordered by (a person, institution etc), to act according to the bidding of. (verb) (किसी व्यक्ति, संस्था आदि) के आदेशानुसार करना, की बोली के अनुसार कार्य करना।
Examples of word obey
Helen, in a cream-colored sheath, her hair clipped with a beaded tiara, repeated similar promises, her throat tightening ever so slightly around the word obey.
He thought Alesandra had already fallen asleep and was just easing away from her when she whispered, “I dislike the word obey, Colin.”
In the modern vows, however, the word 'obey' is excluded.
The only rule the king has to obey is that eventually he has to call every prisoner in an arbitrary number of times.
They must live here or there, marry so and so, or forfeit favour -- in short, obey the parental head.
So they returned to the palace, mourning for their separation from him, especially the youngest, with whom no rest would stay nor would Patience her call obey, but she wept night and day.
Equality is the soul of friendship: marriage, to give delight, must join two minds, not devote a slave to the will of an imperious lord; whatever conveys the idea of subjection necessarily destroys that of love, of which I am so convinced, that I have always wished the word obey expunged from the marriage ceremony.
God had often declared that to obey is better than sacrifice, and to hearken than the fat of rams, that sacrifice and offering he would not; the legal sacrifices had their virtue and value from the institution, and the reference they had to Christ the great propitiation; but otherwise, of themselves, it was impossible that the blood of bulls and goats should take away sin.
To obey is better than sacrifice; for angels obey, but do not sacrifice.