Complied [verb]

Definition of Complied:

abide by, follow agreement or instructions

Opposite/Antonyms of Complied:

Sentence/Example of Complied:

An increasing number of actual rock shards seemed happy to comply.

The law came into effect in May 2018 and requires businesses operating in the EU to comply with a variety of requirements covering the gathering and use of customer data.

It would also give consultants the green light to begin environmental studies to comply with national and state environmental quality laws.

The Commerce Department said on Thursday that it would comply with those court rulings for the time being, even as the government appeals.

Styn directed the county to comply with the records requests through a multi-step process.

Since the ADA requires public services and facilities to be accessible for those with disabilities, public schools must comply with regulations.

If they won’t comply, it doesn’t really matter what you recommend or how you recommend it.

Protecting user data has always been a top priority and we have always complied with applicable data protection laws and regulations in India.

For instance, several businesses like Microsoft had said that they would comply with California’s previous data privacy rules nationwide, and they may do the same with the new law.

People in their twenties are 1,000 times less likely to die from the disease than those older than 70, and most of them will not comply with interventions over longer periods.