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Spanish translation of “coerce”

coerce

verb /kəuˈəːs/
to force (a person into doing something).
coaccionar
She coerced him into buying her a new dress.
coercion /-ʃən/ noun
coacción
The defendant claimed that he had acted under coercion.
(Definition of coerce from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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