English translation of 'obrigatório'
obrigatórioobrigatória [obriɡaˈtɔrju, a]
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'obrigatório' in Other Languages
British English: compulsory /kəmˈpʌlsərɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If something is compulsory, you must do it because a law or someone in authority says you must.
Learning Latin is no longer compulsory here.
- American English: compulsory
- Arabic: إِلْزامِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: obrigatório
- Chinese: 必须做的
- Croatian: obvezan
- Czech: povinný
- Danish: tvungen
- Dutch: verplicht
- European Spanish: obligatorio
- Finnish: pakollinen
- French: obligatoire
- German: obligatorisch
- Greek: υποχρεωτικός
- Italian: obbligatorio
- Japanese: 強制的な
- Korean: 강제적인
- Norwegian: obligatorisk
- Polish: przymusowy
- European Portuguese: obrigatório
- Romanian: obligatoriu
- Russian: обязательный
- Spanish: obligatorio
- Swedish: tvingande
- Thai: ที่บังคับ
- Turkish: zorunlu
- Ukrainian: обов'язковий
- Vietnamese: bắt buộc
British English: mandatory ADJECTIVE
If an action or procedure is mandatory, people have to do it, because it is a rule or a law.
The mandatory retirement age has been raised.
British English: obligatory ADJECTIVE
If something is obligatory, you must do it because of a rule or a law.
These medical tests are not obligatory.
Translation of obrigatório from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary