English definition of “force”
/fɔːs/ verb [T]
PERSON › to make someone do something that they do not want to do: [+ to do sth] The hijacker forced the pilot to fly to New York. [often passive] She was forced out of the race by a knee injury.
OBJECT › to make an object move or open by physical strength or effort: They had to force the lock. She forced the window open.