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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.
Translations of “coerce”
in French contraindre…
in German nötigen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 強制,強迫, 威逼,脅迫…
in Russian принуждать…
in Turkish zorlamak, mecbur etmek, cebren yaptırmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 强制,强迫, 威逼,胁迫…
in Polish zmuszać…
(Definition of coerce from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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