Significado de “forced” - Diccionario inglés

forced en inglés británico

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forcedadjective

uk /fɔːst/ us /fɔːrst/

done against your wishes:

An action that is forced is done because it is suddenly made necessary by a new and usually unexpected situation:

The plane had to make a forced landing because one of the engines failed.

used to describe laughter, a smile, or an emotion that is produced with effort and is not sincerely felt:

She tried hard to smile but suspected that it looked forced.

(Definición de forced de Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

forced en inglés americano

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forcedadjective [ not gradable ]

us /fɔrst, foʊrst/

forced adjective [ not gradable ] (INVOLVING PHYSICAL POWER)

involving physical, often violent, strength or power:

There were no obvious signs of forced entry into the house.

forced adjective [ not gradable ] (DONE UNWILLINGLY)

done against your wishes, or because it is suddenly made necessary by an unexpected situation:

The plane made a forced landing in Denver.

Forced laughter or a forced smile is produced with effort and not sincerely felt.

(Definición de forced de Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

forced en inglés de negocios

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forcedadjective

uk /fɔːst/ us

done against someone's wishes:

The forced closure of the plant has shocked the local business community.
The company will use any proceeds from a forced sale to pay off debt.
a forced departure/exit/resignation Some companies lost billions of dollars, leading to forced resignations of their chief executives.

(Definición de forced de Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)