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What is the English verb meaning you didn’t conform to something but you have to do the thing?





I am writing an essay on the borderline conflict between two countries. One of them did say to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) that they would not conform to the judgment that it had to surrender its sovereignty over the conflict area. Nevertheless, it will act on the judgment as a good associate of UN. Therefore, I would like to know what the English verb represents the meaning of the certain action: Not conform to something but act upon the thing anyhow. Thank you for your help and shared knowledge.



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2 Responses so far.

  1. Kru says:

    I think you might need a verb with an adverb, like “submit” and “hesitatingly” or even just submit means to obey whether they want to or not.

  2. fBfbtab says:

    Compelled,obligated, forced, required?