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incumbent (adjective), more incumbent, most incumbent
1. Relating to something which is necessary as a result of a duty, a responsibility, or an obligation: It is incumbent that everyone observes the responsibilities of his or her assigned tasks.
2. Descriptive of being responsible for doing what a politician is expected to accomplish: Some of the incumbent members of Congress will be required to run for their current positions again in the coming election.
Conveying an imposed duty.
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Something which is necessary as a result of a responsibility or an obligation; imposed as a duty. (1)