rym, grym, alluoedd, drais, gallu, galluoedd, grymoedd, ngalluoedd, ngrym, ngrymoedd, nhrais, rymoedd, trais, thraisgorfodi, orfodi, gorfodasent, gorfoden, gorfoda’, gorfodaf, gorfodai, gorfodais, gorfodaist, gorfodan, gorfodant, gorfodasai, gorfodasant, gorfodasech, gorfodasem, gwnaem, gorfodasid, gorfodasit, gorfodasoch, gorfodasom, gorfodaswn, gorfodech, gorfoded, gorfodem, gorfodon, gorfodom, gwnawn, gorfodes, gorfodest, gorfodet, gorfodid, gorfodiff, gorfodir, gorfodith, gorfodo, gorfodoch, gorfododd, gwnaed, gorfoder, gorfodont, gorfodwch, gorfodwn, gorfodwyd, gorfodwyf, gorfodych, gwna, gwna’, gwnaech, gwnaethoch, gwnaethom, gwnaent, gwnaet, gwnaeth, gwnaethai, gwnaethant, gwnaethech, gwnaethem, gwnaethent, gwnaethid, gwnaethit, gwnewch, gorfoda, gwnaethon, gwnaethost, gwnaethpwyd, gwnaethwn, gwnaf, gwnâi, gwnaiff, gwnân, gwnânt, gwnelid, gwnelit, gwneid, gwneir, gwneith, gwnelai, gwnelech, gwneled, gwnelem, gwnelent, gwneler, gwnelet, gorfodent, gwnei, gwneloch, gwnelom, gwnelont, gwnelwn, gwnelwyf, gwnelych, gwnes, gwnest, gwneuthum, wnaem, orfoda’, orfodaf, orfodai, orfodais, orfodaist, orfodan, orfodant, orfodasai, orfodasant, orfodasech, orfodasem, orfodasent, orfodasid, orfodasit, orfodasoch, orfodasom, orfodaswn, orfodech, orfoded, orfodem, orfoden, orfodent, orfodon, orfodom, orfodest, orfodet, orfodid, orfodiff, orfodir, orfodith, orfodo, orfodoch, orfododd, orfodes, orfoder, orfodont, orfodwch, orfodwn, orfodwyd, orfodwyf, orfodych, wna, wna’, wnaech, wnaed, wnaethoch, wnaethom, wnaent, wnaet, wnaeth, wnaethai, wnaethant, wnaethech, wnaethem, wnaethent, wnaethid, wnaethit, wnewch, orfoda, wnaethon, wnaethost, wnaethpwyd, wnaethwn, wnaf, wnâi, wnaiff, wnân, wnânt, wnelid, wnelit, wneid, wneir, wneith, wnelai, wnelech, wneled, wnelem, wnelent, wneler, wnelet, wnawn, wnei, wneloch, wnelom, wnelont, wnelwn, wnelwyf, wnelych, wnes, wnest, wneuthumgorfodi, gwneud, gwneuthur, ngorfodi, ngwneud, ngwneuthur, wneud, wneuthur
- grymgorfodigrymoeddgan orfodi
Noun(1) a powerful effect or influence(2) (physics(3) physical energy or intensity(4) group of people willing to obey orders(5) a unit that is part of some military service(6) an act of aggression (as one against a person who resists(7) one possessing or exercising power or influence or authority(8) a group of people having the power of effective action(9) (of a law(10) a putout of a base runner who is required to run; the putout is accomplished by holding the ball while touching the base to which the runner must advance before the runner reaches that base
Verb(1) to cause to do through pressure or necessity, by physical, moral or intellectual means(2) urge or force (a person(3) move with force(4) impose urgently, importunately, or inexorably(5) squeeze like a wedge into a tight space(6) force into or from an action or state, either physically or metaphorically(7) do forcibly; exert force(8) take by force
(1) I believe in fair play and have always endeavoured to be a force for good in politics.(2) force of personality(3) The force was not in order, but Santo thinking he had been retired, started toward the dugout.(4) As Ibrahim counsels, it is a mistake to believe that force can eliminate Islamist movements.(5) a sales force(6) If a serving officer was to be found guilty of possessing a class A drug they would face dismissal from the force and a possible jail sentence.(7) We now have the situation where the entire force has been tarnished by the Minister as corrupt on the basis of a newspaper article.(8) Rivera fielded the ball, but threw it into center field in attempting to force Dellucci at second.(9) Chief Inspector Bob Farmer, of the force 's road policing department, said the cause of the accident was unclear.(10) the article was of such force that it changed opinion(11) I tend to take the more traditional view that the worst thing a military force can do is fail in its mission.(12) From the moment Hastie exploded with that great force of moral indignation, losing was simply not an option.(13) Sovereignty could be transferred by force or by treaty, but it had to be transferred.(14) Beethoven delighted Rousseau's Romantic admirers with his demonstration of the moral force expressible in music.(15) The Pump Engine adjoining the tread wheels was put in motion by human force .(16) In many ways, however, the weak force resembles the electromagnetic force .
(1) task force :: tasglu
1. strength ::
2. coercion ::
3. cogency ::
4. agency ::
5. body ::
6. force play ::
7. power ::
8. violence ::
9. effect ::
10. military unit ::
11. personnel ::
12. compel ::
13. break open ::
torri ar agor
14. propel ::
15. extract ::
16. impel ::
arloesol o ran annog
17. thrust ::
18. drive ::
19. push ::
20. storm ::
21. draw ::
22. coerce ::
23. squeeze ::
Different Formsforce, forced, forces, forcing
Word Example from TV Shows
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How? You can't FORCE someone to like you.
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 4
- The labor FORCE is a living organism...
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 18
I don't abuse them to satisfy royal whims
or FORCE them to abuse each other.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 10
Surely your Uncle Kevan could muster a FORCE.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 6
but with the help
of The Force, he...
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 12
English to Welsh Dictionary: force
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