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    Red face no obligation

    What does it mean of "no obligation"? Can you show me some examples?

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    Re: no obligation

    obligation(n) : something that you do because it is your duty or because you feel you have to
    Ex:
    He was under no obligation to answer any questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by csharp View Post
    obligation(n) : something that you do because it is your duty or because you feel you have to
    Ex:
    He was under no obligation to answer any questions.
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    Can I say,

    "Grandparents have no obligation to look after their grandchildren's living."

    "The shop has no obligation to refund the merchandise if it has been misused."

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    Re: no obligation

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
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    Can I say,

    "Grandparents have no obligation to look after their grandchildren's living."

    "The shop has no obligation to refund the merchandise if it has been misused."

    Thanks.
    Yes, you can.

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