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Force বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Force in English? What Force means? How do you use the word Force? What is another word for Force? What is the opposite of Force?

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Similar Words: force, force back, force de frappe, force down, force habit, force hand, force in, force in to, force in to space, force into,

Force Example in a sentence

Force Example in a sentence:

Example Sentences for force

He might see them and could force them to cover with his rifle even at long range.

Now that they're out of their force field, they'll start to sublimate.

She showed grace and energy in every movement and intellect and force in every glance.

As the stream became narrower the current increased in force.

I do not believe in denying its force, or running away in an opposite direction.

The force enters into the mores and becomes a component in them.

If attacked in force Ferguson was to retreat and rejoin his leader.

In different kinds of mores the force is screened by different devices.

This diminution of force was not, in itself, an object of much concern.

Now, however, the adjective 419seems to be losing its force.

Force History and Origin

History of: Force

Word Origin & History

force c.1300, from O.Fr. force, from L.L. fortia, from neut. pl. of L. fortis "strong" (see fort). Meaning "body of armed men, army" first recorded late 14c. The verb is first attested early 14c.; its original sense was "to ravish" (a woman). Related: Forced; forcing.

Force Synonyms

violence effort strength enforcement fury clout strain speed arm impact impetus coercion sock brunt sinew potential draft conscription compulsion might exaction duress vigor tension punch pressure impulse trouble extortion stress potency stimulus stuff momentum push velocity muscle steam subjection pow horsepower pains dynamism constrait full head of steam strong arm what it takes

Force Definition

physical power or strength possessed by a living being:
He used all his force in opening the window.
strength or power exerted upon an object; physical coercion; violence:
to use force to open the window; to use force on a person.
strength; energy; power; intensity:
a personality of great force.
power to influence, affect, or control; efficacious power:
the force of circumstances; a force for law and order.
Law. unlawful violence threatened or committed against persons or property.
persuasive power; power to convince:
They felt the force of his arguments.
mental or moral strength:
force of character.
might, as of a ruler or realm; strength for war.
Often, forces. the military or fighting strength, especially of a nation.
any body of persons combined for joint action:
a sales force.
intensity or strength of effect:
the force of her acting.
  1. an influence on a body or system, producing or tending to produce a change in movement or in shape or other effects.
  2. the intensity of such an influence. Symbol: F, f.
any influence or agency analogous to physical force:
social forces.
binding power, as of a contract.
Baseball. force play.
value; significance; meaning.
Billiards. a stroke in which the cue ball is forcibly struck directly below the center in such a manner as to cause it to stop abruptly, bound back, or roll off to one side after hitting the object ball.
verb (used with object), forced, forcing.
to compel, constrain, or oblige (oneself or someone) to do something:
to force a suspect to confess.
to drive or propel against resistance:
He forced his way through the crowd. They forced air into his lungs.
to bring about or effect by force.
to bring about of necessity or as a necessary result:
to force a smile.
to put or impose (something or someone) forcibly on or upon a person:
to force one's opinions on others.
to compel by force; overcome the resistance of:
to force acceptance of something.
to obtain or draw forth by or as if by force; extort:
to force a confession.
to enter or take by force; overpower:
They forced the town after a long siege.
to break open (a door, lock, etc.).
to cause (plants, fruits, etc.) to grow or mature at an increased rate by artificial means.
to press, urge, or exert (an animal, person, etc.) to violent effort or to the utmost.
to use force upon.
to rape.
  1. to cause (a base runner) to be put out by obliging the runner, as by a ground ball, to vacate a base and attempt to move to the next base in order to make room for another runner or the batter.
  2. to cause (a base runner or run) to score, as by walking a batter with the bases full (often followed by in).
  1. to compel (a player) to trump by leading a suit of which the player has no cards.
  2. to compel a player to play (a particular card).
  3. to compel (a player) to play so as to make known the strength of the hand.
  1. to develop (a print or negative) for longer than usual in order to increase density or bring out details.
  2. to bring out underexposed parts of (a print or negative) by adding alkali to the developer.
Archaic. to give force to; strengthen; reinforce.
verb (used without object), forced, forcing.
to make one's way by force.
in force,
  1. in operation; effective:
    This ancient rule is no longer in force.
  2. in large numbers; at full strength:
    They attacked in force.

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