forceverb

  • ja〈人に〉強いて〈…〉させる
  • ento cause something or someone to behave in a way that's difficult or against their desires

Examples

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I am not moving.
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And if you force me, I will wear only underwear to dinner!
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You force me to do whatever you wanna do!
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What does that even mean?
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You decide what we do and when we do it.
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What can I say? I love justice.
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You forced me to spend money on needless repairs.
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And now, you're locked in a prison bus.
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Last year, my book club tried to force me to read 'Under the Tuscan Sun.'
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Luckily, I found out it was a movie just in time.
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A new chapter of my life has begun.
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Already, I can feel the weight of this crown I wear.
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I've been forced to rely upon the counsel of men whose loyalty I question every waking moment.
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I need men around me I can trust.
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I watched the movie 'IT.'
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My aunt actually forced me to watch the movie with her.

Other meanings for force...

forcenoun

  • ja力、強さ
  • enthe strength, energy, or power exerted onto something
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Remember, a Jedi can feel the force flowing through him.
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You mean it controls your actions?
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Partially.
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But it also obeys your commands.
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Yeah, so for your dog,
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this is the first time and last time I'll ever sign something like this.
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I put, "To Kobe. Bark with force."
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- So that's for Kobe. - Thank you. Thank you.
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You were given every advantage.
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Allowed to make mistake after mistake.
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You can't control yourself.
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You have no discipline.
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Just brute force.
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You have worked out that you can exert a force across space-time.
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Gravity — to send a message.
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Affirmative.
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Tell me about Galileo.
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One of his discoveries was about motion.
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Something only has to be pushed or pulled if there's a force slowing it down.
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But what if the door is made of solid iron?
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At this point, your arm muscles alone won't be able to generate enough tension to pull it open,
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so your brain appeals to other muscles for help.
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You plant your feet, tighten your belly, and tense your back,
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generating enough force to yank it open.