feel obliged

Well, I wouldn't want you to feel obliged.
Bueno, no quiero que te sientas obligada.
Well, I... I don't want you to feel obliged.
Bueno... no quiero que se sienta obligada.
I wouldn't want you to feel obliged.
No quisiera que te sientas obligado.
I didn't want you to feel obliged to come back because I was ill.
No quise que te sintieras obligada a venir.
Although many couples like to uphold traditions, you certainly do not have to feel obliged to do so.
Aunque a muchas parejas les gusta defender las tradiciones, ciertamente no tiene que sentirse obligado a hacerlo.
Francoise wanted to open it itself not to feel obliged always to follow Pierre and to also try to take as it could a pretence of initiative in the business.
Ella misma françoise quiso abrirlo para no sentirse obligada seguir siempre a Pedro y para intentar también tomar como podía un parecido de iniciativa en el asunto.
It is counterproductive for public officials to feel obliged to disguise the budget even when the relationship between the branches is more harmonious than it is today because it means less economic democracy for all and threatens the rule of law.
Resulta contraproducente obligar a los poderes públicos - aun cuando existiera más armonía entre los poderes de la que hoy existe en Nicaragua - a disfrazar el presupuesto: esto implica menos democracia económica para todos y amenaza el Estado de derecho.
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