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Spanish translation of “force”

force

noun /foːs/
strength or power that can be felt
fuerza
The force of the wind was so strong that it damaged the roof.
a person or thing that has great power
fuerza
the forces of nature.
(sometimes with capital) a group of men prepared for action
cuerpo
the police force the Royal Air Force.
forced adjective done with great effort
forzado, forzoso
a forced march.
forceful adjective powerful
enérgico
He presented a forceful argument.
forcefully adverb She put her point across very forcefully.
enérgicamente
forces noun plural the army, navy and air force considered together
fuerzas armadas
The Forces played a large part in the parade.
in/into force in or into operation; working or effective
en vigor, vigente
The new law is now in force.
(Definition of force from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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