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Italian translation of “force”

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[no plural] physical power or strength
The army has gained power by force.
a group of people who work together for a particular purpose, for example in military service
forza (lavoratori), forze (di sicurezza/di polizia)
the police force the Royal Air Force
Translations of “force”
in Korean 힘, 집단…
in Arabic قُوّة…
in French force…
in Chinese (Traditional) 力量, 力,力量, 力氣…
in Russian сила, вооруженные силы, рабочая сила…
in Turkish güç, zorlama, kuvvet…
in Polish siła, moc…
in Spanish fuerza, cuerpo…
in Portuguese força, corpo…
in German die Kraft, die Truppe…
in Catalan força…
in Japanese 力, 強さ, 部隊…
in Chinese (Simplified) 力量, 力,力量, 力气…
(Definition of force noun from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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