例句1. Eddie delivered a blow with all his force’
例句2. they used force to achieve their aims’
例句3. they couldn’t deny the force of the argument’
例句4. he gave a performance of staggering expressive force’
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non coplanar force
normal force distribution
1.A group of people brought together and organized for a particular activity.
‘a sales _force_ ’
‘It prevented student organization by enlisting a _force_ of students to report on political activity.’
2.A person or thing regarded as exerting power or influence.
‘he might still be a _force_ for peace and unity’
‘Since the end of the Second World War, Canada has prided itself on being a _force_ for international justice.’
4.An influence tending to change the motion of a body or produce motion or stress in a stationary body. The magnitude of such an influence is often calculated by multiplying the mass of the body and its acceleration.
‘It is worth emphasising that there is a major step to be made from an inverse square law of _force_ to explain planetary motion and a universal law of gravitation.’
‘If the spin and field are left antiparallel, the attractive _force_ will slow the vibration.’
5.An organized body of military personnel or police.
‘a British peacekeeping _force_ ’
‘It has a military _force_ , the Badr Corps, claiming a membership of thousands of former Iraqi officers and soldiers.’
6.Coercion or compulsion, especially with the use or threat of violence.
‘they ruled by law and not by _force_ ’
‘One horse is biddable and can learn to obey commands, but the other is both deaf and violent, and so can be controlled only by _force_ .’
7.Mental or moral strength or power.
‘the _force_ of popular opinion’
‘As a mother, I appreciate the moral and emotional _force_ of this recourse to the maternal.’
8.Strength or energy as an attribute of physical action or movement.
‘he was thrown backwards by the _force_ of the explosion’
‘The Earth has very large mass and is unlikely to encounter sufficient _force_ to slow its motion.’
9.The army, navy, and air force of a country.
‘That day, they scaled the walls and opened the gates and the great army slew the _forces_ of Seth and Balaam.’
‘Slowly but surely the _forces_ of the Red Army moved through Berlin in the spring of 1945.’
11.The powerful effect of something.
‘the Committee accepted the _force_ of this argument’
‘When we act with conviction and genuine concern, our words have that much more _force_ and power.’
12.Troops and weaponry.
‘left-wing guerrilla _forces_ ’
‘a battle between the _forces_ of good and evil’
13.Used with a number as a measure of wind strength on the Beaufort scale.
‘a _force_ -nine gale’
‘The vessel, with her five crew, was stranded in gale _force_ 10 winds and heavy swell.’
1.Achieve or bring about (something) by effort.
‘Sabine _forced_ a smile’
‘they _forced_ a way through the crowd’
2.Artificially hasten the development or maturity of (a plant).
‘The nice thing about _forcing_ Amaryllis bulbs into flower inside the home is that it is so simple to do.’
‘For example, bulbs like crocuses and daffodils, which are good at naturalizing, generally do well planted out after _forcing_ .’
3.Drive or push into a specified position or state using physical strength or against resistance.
‘thieves tried to _force_ open the cash register’
‘Mark _forced_ her arms back above her head’
4.Make (someone) do something against their will.
‘she was _forced_ into early retirement’
‘the universities were _forced_ to cut staff’
5.Make a way through or into by physical strength; break open by force.
‘the back door of the bank was _forced_ ’
‘She went downstairs and noticed a window at the rear of the house had been _forced_ .’
6.Put out (a runner) by necessitating an advance to the next base when it is not possible to do so safely.
‘Martinez quickly picked the ball up and tagged third base, seemingly _forcing_ Gibson.’
‘He walked Rico Petrocelli, _forcing_ Doyle home with Boston’s second run.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。