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obedience 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ōˈbēdēəns/,
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obediences, plural;
  1. Compliance with someone's wishes or orders or acknowledgment of their authority
    • - unquestioning obedience to the commander in chief
  2. Submission to a law or rule
    • - obedience to moral standards
  3. Observance of a monastic rule
    • - vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience

  1. the act of obeying; dutiful or submissive behavior with respect to another person
  2. the trait of being willing to obey
  3. behavior intended to please your parents; "their children were never very strong on obedience"; "he went to law school out of respect for his father's wishes"
  4. (obedient) dutifully complying with the commands or instructions of those in authority; "an obedient soldier"; "obedient children"; "a little man obedient to his wife"; "the obedient colonies...are heavily taxed; the refractory remain unburdened"- Edmund Burke
  5. (obediently) in an obedient manner; "obediently she slipped off her right shoe and stocking"
  6. Obedience is the third EP by Swedish black metal band Marduk. It was recorded and mixed at The Abyss in December 1999 and released on February 7, 2000. ...
  7. Obedience, in human behavior, , which describes the act of carrying out commands, or being actuated. Obedience differs from compliance, which is behavior influenced by peers, and from conformity, which is behavior intended to match that of the majority.
  8. The quality of being obedient
  9. (obedient) aytılģannı etgеn, cumuşaq, esli, juwaş
  10. To dream that you render obedience to another, foretells for you a common place, a pleasant but uneventful period of life. If others are obedient to you, it shows that you will command fortune and high esteem.
  11. Obedience is an act of will and develops gradually, showing itself 'unexpectedly at the end of a long process of maturation.' (Montessori, 1967, p. 257) While this inner development is going on, little children may obey occasionally, but be completely unable to obey consistently. ...
  12. The fiduciary duty that requires the agent to follow and abide by all lawful instructions of the principal/client within the scope of authority conferred by the principal/client.
  13. Compliance with that which is required; subjection to rightful restraint or control.
  14. Following what we know is right. Compliance with the law. Abiding by our deepest integrity and conquering our misplaced passions.
  15. Doing what one is told to do by people in authority.
  16. All baptised persons are called to listen to God so as to know God's call and God's will in their lives. Men and women who vow or promise obedience commit themselves to listening to God's call as it is heard through their leaders and communities, and to responding faithfully to this call.
  17. 1) Expectation on a monument. 2) A dignified retreat from Balaklava. 3) Lex Talonis playing 'possum. 4) The second law of Nature, the first being murder. E.g., "After all it was my brother's Obedience to the Lord that laid the foundation of my glory." - From Cain's Diary of an Altar-Wrecker.
  18. One of the vows* or evangelical counsels* which bind a religious to follow the directions of his superior* in terms of particular assignments and other duties. ...
  19. The public holds the coach responsible for the team; his orders must be obeyed. He is responsible for the system and the carrying out of the system, not necessarily the winning of the game.
  20. In traditional horsemanship, compliance to the aids. Perhaps a more objective definition is the horse’s immediate initiation of the required response to a light aid (McLean, 2003).
  21. is a black-and-white film of the experiment, shot by Milgram. Distributed by The Pennsylvania State University Media Services.
  22. small, dependent monastic community with fewer than eight monastics
  23. Willingness to perform the movement, transition, or figure asked by the rider. May demonstrate resistance or evasion, yet still be obedient (e.g. ...
  24. Ge 17:9-14 Circumcision is the sign of Abraham’s commitment to God’s covenant with him; Ge 22:18 See also Ge 26:5; Nu 32:11 by contrast, the consequences of disobedience; Heb 11:8,17-19
  25. Initiating or changing a behavior in response to a direct command