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com·pul·so·ry

 (kəm-pŭl′sə-rē)
adj.
1. Obligatory; required: a compulsory examination.
2. Employing or exerting compulsion; coercive.
n. often cumpulsories Sports
An element, such as a dive or school figure, required of all competitors in an athletic competition.

com·pul′so·ri·ly adv.
com·pul′so·ri·ness n.

compulsory

(kəmˈpʌlsərɪ)
adj
1. required by regulations or laws; obligatory: compulsory education.
2. involving or employing compulsion; compelling; necessary; essential
comˈpulsorily adv
comˈpulsoriness n

com•pul•so•ry

(kəmˈpʌl sə ri)

adj., n., pl. -ries. adj.
1. required; mandatory; obligatory: compulsory education.
2. using compulsion; compelling; constraining: compulsory measures to control rioting.
n.
3. something, as an athletic maneuver, that must be executed as part of a contest or competition.
[1510–20; < Medieval Latin]
com•pul′so•ri•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.compulsory - required by rule; "in most schools physical education is compulsory"; "attendance is mandatory"; "required reading"
obligatory - morally or legally constraining or binding; "attendance is obligatory"; "an obligatory contribution"

compulsory

adjective obligatory, forced, required, binding, mandatory, imperative, requisite, de rigueur (French) Many young men are trying to get away from compulsory military conscription.
voluntary, unnecessary, optional, discretionary, elective, non-obligatory, non-requisite

compulsory

adjective
1. Imposed on one by authority, command, or convention:
2. Done under force:
Translations
إجْباريإِلْزامِيّ
povinný
tvungenobligatorisk
pakollinenpakottavapakko
obvezan
kényszerítőkötelező
skyldu-
強制的な
강제적인
obvezen
tvingande
ที่บังคับ
bắt buộc

compulsory

[kəmˈpʌlsərɪ]
A. ADJobligatorio
B. CPD compulsory liquidation Nliquidación f obligatoria
compulsory purchase Nexpropiación f
compulsory purchase order Norden f de expropiación
compulsory redundancy Ndespido m forzoso

compulsory

[kəmˈpʌlsəri] adj [education, test, voting, retirement] → obligatoirecompulsory purchase nexpropriation f

compulsory

adjobligatorisch; liquidation, measuresZwangs-; subject, memberPflicht-; that is compulsorydas ist Pflicht or obligatorisch; education is compulsoryes besteht (allgemeine) Schulpflicht; compulsory registrationMeldepflicht f; compulsory retirementZwangspensionierung f
pl the compulsories (Ice-Skating etc) → die Pflicht

compulsory

:
compulsory purchase
nEnteignung f
compulsory purchase order
nEnteignungsbeschluss m; to put a compulsory on a placedie Enteignung eines Grundstückes verfügen
compulsory service
n (US) → Wehrpflicht f

compulsory

[kəmˈpʌlsrɪ] adjobbligatorio/a

compulsion

(kəmˈpalʃən) noun
compelling or being compelled. You are under no compulsion to go.
comˈpulsory adjective
which must be done or carried out. Is it compulsory for me to attend the class?; a compulsory examination.
comˈpulsorily adverb

compulsory

إِلْزامِيّ povinný tvungen obligatorisch υποχρεωτικός obligatorio pakollinen obligatoire obvezan obbligatorio 強制的な 강제적인 verplicht obligatorisk przymusowy obrigatório обязательный tvingande ที่บังคับ zorunlu bắt buộc 必须做的
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The law stipulated the compulsoriness of joining school for six year olds who have attained school age at the start of each and every school year.
Estrada reminded DepEd that the Constitution "gives primacy on the child rearing rights of parents over compulsoriness of elementary education." DepEd, he said, "should respect the choice of parents to start education of their children earlier in the private schools than if they were enrolled in a DepEd school."
Ion Iliescu, the Romanian President at the symposium <<the Romanian society-present and perspective>>-Bucharest, 20th of October 1995--(transcription from the magnetic tape) "we are tasting with compulsoriness loquaciousness, in an euphemistic way, of the politician Ion Iliescu and we are trying to get away of the bitter taste of cliches, keeping in mind an action.
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For instance in the UK context, young men have been reported as operating their sexual practices by mixing traditional with non-traditional values based on their perception of the 'compulsoriness' of heterosexual masculinity (O'Donnell et al., 2000:89).
The voluntary separations have assumed compulsoriness and market forces are cited to push home the workers.
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In the New Criminal Procedure Code, there have been brought changes and additions to the principles previously provided as fundamental principles of the criminal case, through express inclusion of the ones regarding: the right to a rightful trial, developed within a reasonable period, to the compulsoriness of the criminal action, connected in subsidiary to the principle of opportunity or of loyalty in obtaining the evidences, regarding what concerns the evidence; the right to safety and non bis in idem principle.