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force /fɔːs $ fɔːrs/ noun
force verb [transitive]


پاس بی هدف ، نیروی نظامی ، تحمل کردن مجبور کردن ، فشار دادن ، جبر ، عنف ، نفوذ ، (درجمع) قوا ، عده ، شدت عمل ، (فیزیک) بردار نیرو ، خشونت نشان دادن ، درهم شکستن ، قفل یا چفت را شکستن ، مسلح کردن ، مجبورکردن بزور گرفتن ، بزور بازکردن ، بی عصمت کردن ، راندن ، بیرون کردن ، بازور جلو رفتن ، تحمیل ، مجبور کردن ، علوم مهندسی: جبر ، کامپیوتر: مجبور کردن ، الکترونیک: نیرو ، عمران: نیرو ، معماری: نیرو ، قانون ـ فقه: عنف ، تحمیل کردن ، روانشناسی: وادار کردن ، زیست شناسی: نیرو ، بازرگانی: نافذ ، ورزش: نیرو ، تکرار ضربه برای به دفاع کشاندن حریف ، ضربه ای که گوی اصلی بیلیارد متوقف می شود یا بر می گردد ، علوم هوایی: نیرو ، علوم نظامی: یکان قسمت نظامی
الکترونیک: نیرو ، مجبور کردن ، کامپیوتر: نیرو ، زیست شناسی: عنف ، فقهی: نیرو ، تربیت بدنی: نافذ ، تجارت خارجی: نیرو ، زور ، جبر ، علوم مهندسی: زور ، جبر ، نیرو ، مجبور کردن ، تحمیل کردن ، حقوق: پاس بی هدف ، تکرار ضربه برای به دفاع کشاندن حریف ، تنیس : ، ضربه ای که گوی اصلی بیلیارد متوقف می شود یا بر می گردد ، ورزشی: نیرو ، هواپیمایی: نیرو ، معماری: نیروی نظامی ، نیرو ، قوا ، تحمل کردن مجبور کردن ، فشار ، فشار دادن ، یکان قسمت نظامی ، علوم نظامی: نیرو ، عمران: نیرو ، وادار کردن ، روانشناسی: نیرو ، الکترونیک: زور، نیرو، جبر، عنف ، نفوذ،( درجمع )قوا، عده ، شدت عمل ،( فیزیک )بردار نیرو، خشونت نشان دادن ، درهم شکستن ، قفل یا چفت را شکستن ، مسلح کردن ، مجبورکردن بزور گرفتن ، بزور بازکردن ، بی عصمت کردن ، راندن ، بیرون کردن ، بازور جلو رفتن ، تحمیل ، مجبور کردننیرو ، مجبور کردن ، کامپیوتر: نیرو ، زیست شناسی: عنف ، فقهی: نیرو ، تربیت بدنی: نافذ ، تجارت خارجی: نیرو ، زور ، جبر ، علوم مهندسی: زور ، جبر ، نیرو ، مجبور کردن ، تحمیل کردن ، حقوق: پاس بی هدف ، تکرار ضربه برای به دفاع کشاندن حریف ، تنیس : ، ضربه ای که گوی اصلی بیلیارد متوقف می شود یا بر می گردد ، ورزشی: نیرو ، هواپیمایی: نیرو ، معماری: نیروی نظامی ، نیرو ، قوا ، تحمل کردن مجبور کردن ، فشار ، فشار دادن ، یکان قسمت نظامی ، علوم نظامی: نیرو ، عمران: نیرو ، وادار کردن ، روانشناسی: نیرو ، الکترونیک: زور، نیرو، جبر، عنف ، نفوذ،( درجمع )قوا، عده ، شدت عمل ،( فیزیک )بردار نیرو، خشونت نشان دادن ، درهم شکستن ، قفل یا چفت را شکستن ، مسلح کردن ، مجبورکردن بزور گرفتن ، بزور بازکردن ، بی عصمت کردن ، راندن ، بیرون کردن ، بازور جلو رفتن ، تحمیل ، مجبور کردن کامپیوتر: مجبور کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

force
[noun]
Synonyms:
- power, energy, impulse, might, momentum, pressure, strength, vigour
- compulsion, arm-twisting (informal), coercion, constraint, duress, pressure, violence
- intensity, emphasis, fierceness, vehemence, vigour
- army, host, legion, patrol, regiment, squad, troop, unit
- in force: valid, binding, current, effective, in operation, operative, working, in great numbers, all together, in full strength
[verb]
Synonyms:
- compel, coerce, constrain, dragoon, drive, impel, make, oblige, press, pressurize
- break open, blast, prise, wrench, wrest
- push, propel, thrust
Antonyms: forcelessness
Contrasted words: compliance, submission, yielding, impotence, powerlessness, weakness, blandish, cajole, coax, wheedle, get, induce, persuade, prevail, entice, inveigle, lure, seduce, tempt
Related Words: pressure, strain, stress, tension, headway, impetus, momentum, speed, velocity, vigor, fierceness, intensity, vehemence, effort, exertions, pains, trouble, drive, impel, move, command, enjoin, order, demand, exact, require, press, sandbag, cause, occasion
English Thesaurus: force, make, pressure, blackmail, compel, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. force1 S2 W1 /fɔːs $ fɔːrs/ noun
[Word Family: adjective: forceful, forcible, forced; noun: force, forcefulness; adverb: forcefully, forcibly; verb: force]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: Latin fortis 'strong']

1. MILITARY
a) [countable usually plural] a group of people who have been trained to do military work for a government or other organization
government/military/defence etc forces
The riots were suppressed by government forces.
He strengthened US forces in the Gulf.
a plan to disarm the rebel forces (=those fighting against the government)
b) the forces British English the army, navy, and air force
in the forces
Both her sons are in the forces.
c) nuclear/conventional forces nuclear weapons or ordinary weapons:
short-range nuclear forcesair force, armed forces, ground forces, ⇒ peacekeeping force at peacekeeping, ⇒ security forces at security(1), ⇒ task force(2)

2. MILITARY ACTION [uncountable] military action used as a way of achieving your aims:
Peace cannot be imposed by force.
The UN will allow the use of force against aircraft violating the zone.

3. VIOLENCE [uncountable] violent physical action used to get what you want:
The police used force to overpower the demonstrators.
by force
In the end he had to be thrown out of the house by force.
They kicked the door down using sheer brute force.

4. PHYSICAL POWER [uncountable] the amount of physical power with which something moves or hits another thing ⇒ strength
force of
The force of the explosion blew out all the windows.
with great/considerable/increasing etc force
He raised his hand and struck her with terrifying force.

5. NATURAL POWER [uncountable and countable] a natural power or event:
the force of gravity
powerful natural forces such as earthquakes, floods, and drought
the forces of nature

6. ORGANIZED GROUP [countable usually singular] a group of people who have been trained and organized to do a particular job:
the company’s sales force
the quality of the teaching forcepolice force

7. STRONG INFLUENCE [countable] something or someone who is powerful and has a lot of influence on the way things happen
the driving force (behind something/somebody) (=the person or thing that makes something happen)
Betty Coward was the driving force behind the project.
a force for change/peace/democracy etc (=someone or something that makes change, peace etc more likely to happen)
Healthy competition is a force for innovation.
He’s a quick and decisive player – a force to be reckoned with (=a person, team, company etc that influences what happens).
The fall in prices was due to forces beyond their control.market forces

8. POWERFUL EFFECT [uncountable] the powerful effect that something has on you:
Even after 30 years, the play has lost none of its force.
the force of his personality

9. join/combine forces (with somebody/something) to work together so that you can deal with a problem, be more powerful etc
join forces to do something
Local schools have joined forces with each other to share facilities.

10. in force
a) if a law, rule etc is in force, it already exists:
The trade embargo has been in force for a year.
b) in a large group, especially in order to protest about something Synonym : in large numbers:
Villagers turned out in force to protest about the new road.

11. come into force/bring something into force if a new law, rule, change etc comes or is brought into force, it starts to exist:
Parking restrictions in the town centre came into force last month.

12. by/through/out of force of habit because you have always done a particular thing and it is difficult to change:
I get up at 6 o'clock every day out of force of habit.

13. by/through force of circumstance(s) British English if something happens by force of circumstance, events outside your control make it happen

14. WIND
a) force 8/9/10 etc a unit for measuring the strength of the wind
b) gale/hurricane force wind extremely strong wind that does a lot of damage

15. POLICE the force a word meaning the police force, used especially by police officers

16. the forces of good/evil etc literary people or things that increase the amount of good or bad in the world:
the battle against the forces of evil
labour force, tour de force, workforce

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. force2 S2 W1 verb [transitive]
[Word Family: adjective: forceful, forcible, forced; noun: force, forcefulness; adverb: forcefully, forcibly; verb: force]

1. MAKE SOMEBODY DO SOMETHING to make someone do something they do not want to do ⇒ persuade
force somebody to do something
Government troops have forced the rebels to surrender.
Due to the high cost of borrowing, many companies have been forced to close.
force yourself to do something
I had to force myself to get up this morning.
force somebody/something into (doing) something
women who are forced into arranged marriages
Bad health forced him into taking early retirement.

2. MAKE SOMEBODY/SOMETHING MOVE [always + adverb/preposition] to make someone or something move in a particular direction or into a different position, especially through or using great strength Synonym : push:
Westerly gales forced the ship off course.
Firemen entering the building were forced back by flames.
She tried to keep the door shut but the man forced it open.

3. force your way through/into etc something (also force your way in/out/past etc) to push very hard in order to get somewhere:
The doctor forced his way through the crowd.
Demonstrators forced their way past.

4. MAKE SOMETHING HAPPEN to make something happen or change, especially more quickly than planned or expected:
the unfortunate events that forced his resignation
We need to force the pace on alternative energy policies.
force prices/interest rates etc down/up
The effect will be to increase unemployment and force down wages.

5. force a door/lock/window to open a door etc using physical strength, often causing damage:
I forced the lock on the cupboard to see what was inside.

6. force the issue to do something that makes it necessary for someone to make decisions or take action, instead of waiting to see what happens:
Polly decided to force the issue by demanding an explanation.

7. force sb’s hand to make someone do something unwillingly or earlier than they had intended:
They’re reluctant to sell the house yet but the right offer could force their hand.

8. force a smile/laugh etc to make yourself smile, laugh etc even though you feel upset or annoyed

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

force
noun
I. physical strength, power or violence
ADJ. considerable, great, terrible, tremendous | full, maximum | brute, sheer | reasonable | sufficient | excessive | unlawful | deadly, lethal | explosive | physical | gale The wind was increasing to gale force.
VERB + FORCE resort to, use In the end, we had to resort to brute force to get the door open.
take sth by The troops marched in and took the city by force.
feel Even the opposition MPs felt the force of the prime minister's argument.
PREP. by ~ The king made laws and imposed them by force.
PHRASES catch/experience/feel/meet/take the full force of sth Our shop took the full force of the bomb blast. I felt the full force of her criticism.
meet force with force The country's attempts to meet force with force (= resist an attack using force) led to the outbreak of war.
the use of force The regulations allow the use of force if necessary.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

force
II. effect that causes sth to move
ADJ. powerful, strong | weak | attractive | repulsive | balanced | external, internal Deep internal forces cause movements of the earth's crust.
lateral | centrifugal, centripetal, electromagnetic, electromotive, gravitational, mechanical, nuclear, tidal
VERB + FORCE exert The sun exerts a force on the earth.
increase | decrease | balance The forces of expansion are balanced by forces of contraction.
FORCE + VERB balance sth
FORCE + NOUN field the force field of a magnet (figurative) It was as if an invisible force field kept us apart.
PREP. ~ between the attractive and repulsive forces between individual particles
PHRASES a balance of forces the balance of nuclear forces in atoms | the force of gravity3 authority of sth
ADJ. binding, legal, statutory The contract was not signed and has no binding force.
VERB + FORCE come into The new law comes into force as from midnight tomorrow.
bring sth into
PREP. in ~ Some laws relating to obsolete customs are still in force.
PHRASES the force of law Professional standards often do not have the force of law (= cannot be enforced).

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

force
IV. sb/sth with power/influence
ADJ. considerable, formidable, great, irresistible, major, overwhelming, potent, powerful, significant, strong | active, controlling, dominant, driving, moving | motivating | persuasive | constructive, creative, dynamic, positive, progressive | destructive, disruptive, negative, subversive She was seen as a potentially subversive force within the party.
cohesive, unifying | competitive, conflicting, countervailing, reactionary | internal | external, international, outside The play portrays a marriage torn apart by external forces.
natural powerful natural forces such as earthquakes and drought
spiritual, supernatural | dark, demonic, evil, malevolent ‘There are dark forces in the universe,’ he raved, ‘and we are powerless against them!’
cultural, economic, intellectual, market, moral, political, productive, revolutionary, social powerful social and economic forces
VERB + FORCE remain Though officially retired, she remains the creative force behind the design business.
balance This is a politician who does not like to balance market forces.
PREP. ~ behind Local parents were the driving force behind the project.
~ for Competition is a force for change in industry.
PHRASES a balance of forces shifts in the balance of political forces in Europe
a force to be reckoned with With its new players, the team is now very much a force to be reckoned with.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

force
V. group of people trained for a particular purpose
ADJ. large | small, token a token force of only 300 men
100-strong, etc. | crack, elite, special These elite forces are the best equipped and trained in the world.
combined, joint the combined forces of MI5 and Scotland Yard a joint task force
allied, coalition, multinational | strategic | labour, sales a company's labour force the country's labour force
armed, military, paramilitary | government, loyal | enemy, guerrilla, hostile, occupying, opposition, rebel | regular | reserve | volunteer | conventional | nuclear | assault, defence, expeditionary, fighting, invasion, peace, peacekeeping, police, security, strike (See also task force.) | air, airborne, amphibious, ground, land, naval
VERB + FORCE assemble, create, form, mobilize, set up A large expeditionary force is now being assembled.
send the decision to send armed forces over the border
deploy, use A small peacekeeping force will be deployed in the area.
withdraw | demobilize | command, head (up), lead | join She decided to join the armed forces.
combine, join The two companies have joined forces to form a new consortium.
FORCE + VERB control sth Rebel forces now control most of the capital.
PREP. in a/the ~ people in the security forces
PHRASES a member of a force, the withdrawal of a force a UN deadline for the withdrawal of forces

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

force

the armed forces (=a country’s military organizations, including the army, navy, and air force)
Israel refused to withdraw its armed forces from the area.
American/British/French etc forces
Several battles took place involving American forces.
government forces (=soldiers fighting for the government)
Government forces reportedly shot dead 300 unarmed civilians.
security forces (=who protect a country against people who are fighting the government)
The government claimed that the security forces had destroyed the rebels’ headquarters.
rebel forces (=who are fighting against the government)
The village was attacked by rebel forces.
military forces
He served with the military forces during the war.
a defence force
Should the European Union have its own defence force?
enemy forces
Enemy forces now occupy substantial areas of the city.
a peacekeeping force
A large UN peacekeeping force is being assembled.
special forces (=who are specially trained to fight against guerilla or terrorist groups)
Special forces were employed to support the local army.
be in the forces
Her husband is in the forces.
join the forces (=become a soldier, sailor etc)
He was too young to join the forces when the war broke out.
withdraw your forces
Expecting the Allies to attack again, he began to withdraw his forces eastward.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

force
noun
BAD: We must not forget Japan's economic force.
GOOD: We must not forget Japan's economic power.
BAD: The sovereign has very little force nowadays.
GOOD: The sovereign has very little power nowadays.

Usage Note:
force = the use of power or strength: 'The demonstrators were made to leave the building by force.'
power = the ability to control people and events: 'I think the police have too much power.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

force
fɔ:s
See: in force , join forces

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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