名词:obeyer 动词过去式:obeyed 过去分词:obeyed 现在分词:obeying 第三人称单数:obeys
v [I, Tn] do what one is told or obliged to do by (sb); carry out (a command ) 服从; 顺从; 执行（命令）
*Soldiers are trained to obey without question. 士兵已训练得绝对服从命令.
* obey orders 服从命令
* obey the law 遵守法律.
v [I and T]
1200-1300; Language: Old French;Origin:
obeir, from Latin
oboedire, from audire 'to hear'
to do what someone in authority tells you to do, or what a law or rule says you must do
≠ disobey The little boy made no effort to obey. 'Sit!' he said, and the dog obeyed him instantly.obey an order/command Soldiers are expected to obey orders without questioning them.obey the law/rules Failure to obey the law can lead to a large fine.
HINT sense 1
Do not say 'obey to' someone or something. Obey
must be followed directly by a noun: He refused to obey their orders (NOT He refused to obey to their orders).
1. The bank must obey its customer´s instructions, and not those of anyone else. 银行必须遵照储户的嘱托办事，不能听从其他人的指令。
2. He swore to obey the king. 他起誓要服从国王.
3. Argues that all employees, from bottle washers to the president, are similar to actors who have to obey rules about appearance. 管理方说所有的雇员，从刷瓶工到总裁，他们的工作都类似于演员，都得服从关于仪表的规定。
4. "You have to be in by 10:30 p.m., and if you do not obey, you get punished." "你必须在晚上十点半以前到家。如果做不到,就会受罚。"
5. You must obey library rules. 就必须遵守图书馆的规定，
6. Soldiers are trained to obey without question. 士兵已训练得绝对服从命令.
7. If you receive a request like this, you cannot fail to obey it! 如果你收到这样的恳求，你是不会不遵照执行的！