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force

noun (PHYSICAL POWER)
力量
 
 
/fɔːs/ US  /fɔːrs/
[U] physical, especially violent, strength or power
力,力量;力气;(尤指)暴力,武力
The force of the wind had brought down a great many trees in the area.
强风刮倒了这一地区的许多树木。
She slapped his face with unexpected force.
她扇了他一耳光,出乎意料地用力。
Teachers aren't allowed to use force in controlling their pupils.
老师管教学生时禁止使用体罚。
The police were able to control the crowd by sheer force of numbers (= because there were more police than there were people in the crowd).
警方完全依靠人数上的优势才控制住了人群。
Energy, force and powerPower and intensityPower and intensityEnergy, force and power
in force in large numbers
众多地,大批地
Photographers were out in force at the palace today
许多摄影师今天出现在王宫。
Masses and large amounts of things
[C or U] specialized in scientific use, (a measure of) the influence which changes movement
(物理学上的)力;(力的)强度
the force of gravity
重力
Energy, force and powerPower and intensity
combine/join forces to work with someone else in order to achieve something which you both want
合力,协力,合作
Helping and co-operatingCreating alliances
(Definition of force noun (PHYSICAL POWER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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