Comply [verb]

Definition of Comply:

abide by, follow agreement or instructions

Opposite/Antonyms of Comply:

Sentence/Example of Comply:

He initially resisted but complied after an officer ordered him to place his hands behind his back.

Voters may not learn about such changes in time to comply, or they may receive conflicting information and not know which sources to believe.

It’s complicated, but iOS is such a massive platform that these developers don’t have much choice but to comply especially given how heavily Microsoft is pushing xCloud.

Additionally, Le Peuch said the new hybrid-cloud tech would be helpful for oil companies that must comply with government regulations limiting where they can store their data.

If we were a controlled company, we would be eligible to and could elect not to comply with certain of the NYSE corporate governance standards.

Separately, the HHS Office of Inspector General announced in July that it was auditing the five largest ventilator contracts to determine whether the awarding and monitoring of the contracts complied with federal requirements and HHS policies.

All British governments since the 1970s have refused to budge on the issue of the Chagos’s return, and it is only recently that a major British party—the left-wing Labour Party—has said it would comply with the UN’s demand if it gained power.

Of course, California, we’re seeing that with a Democratic governor, but we’re also seeing it with a Democratic mayor in Los Angeles who’s saying he’s going to cut power to businesses if they’re not complying.

According to Bloomberg, ByteDance says it will “strictly comply” with Beijing’s demands in this respect.

The court recommended that Epic comply with the App Store guidelines while their case moves forward, guidelines they’ve followed for the past decade until they created this situation.