[uh-blahy-jing] /əˈblaɪ dʒɪŋ/
willing or eager to do favors, offer one’s services, etc.; accommodating:
The clerk was most obliging.
ready to do favours; agreeable; kindly
“willing to do service or favors,” 1630s, present participle adjective from oblige. Related: Obligingly.
[ob-li-gawr, ob-li-gawr] /ˌɒb lɪˈgɔr, ˈɒb lɪˌgɔr/ noun, Law. 1. a person who is bound to another. 2. a person who gives a bond. /ˌɒblɪˈɡɔː/ noun 1. a person who binds himself by contract to perform some obligation; debtor 2. a person who gives a bond n. “person who binds himself to another by contract,” 1540s, […]
A small, statically scoped untyped language by Luca Cardelli, 1993. Obliq is object-oriented, higher order, concurrent, and distributed. State is local to an address space, while computation can migrate over the network. The distributed computation mechanism is based on Modula-3 network objects. (ftp://gatekeeper.dec.com/pub/DEC/Modula-3/contrib).
[uh-bleek, oh-bleek; Military uh-blahyk, oh-blahyk] /əˈblik, oʊˈblik; Military əˈblaɪk, oʊˈblaɪk/ adjective 1. neither perpendicular nor parallel to a given line or surface; slanting; sloping. 2. (of a solid) not having the axis perpendicular to the plane of the base. 3. diverging from a given straight line or course. 4. not straight or direct, as a […]
noun 1. an angle that is not a right angle; an acute or obtuse angle. noun 1. an angle that is not a right angle or any multiple of a right angle