English to Greek Meaning :: force

Force :
δύναμη
δύναμη, βία, ισχύς, ζόριζορίζω, βιάζω, φορτσάρω, εξαναγκάζω - δύναμηδύναμηαναγκαστικήδυνάμειςαναγκάζοντας
 
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Adjective(1) Threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments(2) Ominous(3) Daunting

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(1) Both the Utes and early Spanish explorers avoided the forbidding gorge; for many years it remained an impenetrable mystery.(2) While the balmy lowlands along the southwest border seldom experienced any snow, the frigid peaks and plateaus to the northeast bore a forbidding climate all year round.(3) When our children bring home their textbooks from the new school with the forbidding heavy volumes of mathematics and physics, those books are simply the attempt of men to describe the world Christ made and sustains.(4) Living in hotels, engaging in empty sexual encounters, silently and impassively taking in the world without responding very much to it, Anna is a mysterious and somewhat forbidding figure.(5) The suppression of detail causes the stepped facade of the building to read like forbidding ridges or dangerous protective fins.(6) Seventy-five miles of this forbidding structure have already been built, with a total projected length of more than 200 miles.(7) They will brave the most adverse conditions and penetrate the most forbidding terrain.(8) In any event, potential disruptions can be dealt with easily by having participants in the system hold sufficient capital to absorb losses or forbidding daylight overdrafts.(9) The two brothers aren't larger than life myths sprung to life, but ordinary hunters attempting to provide for themselves and their families in a forbidding and hostile world.(10) Themes of kids at play and sinister, forbidding landscapes remain, processed through a computer and enhanced by found sounds and distorted, provocatively repetitive tone patterns.(11) He started Baptist church school at the age of eight, in a forbidding Victorian grey brick building.(12) In a country where female scientists remain constrained by a forbidding glass ceiling, the appointment of the neuroscientist is being hailed as a major breakthrough.(13) The site previously consisted of a number of unimaginative prison buildings, overlooked by the parapets of the Fort on the top of the hill, a forbidding looking building itself.(14) She is an ex-con who served nine months in the forbidding maximum security prison in Lexington, Kentucky.(15) His first impression was the airport, which seemed a very forbidding , communist building.(16) Scotland, despite that forbidding losing margin, did finally find the performance we had been waiting for all season and Ireland looked unlikely championship material as their visitors got stuck in with scant regard to reputation.
Synonyms
1. Power
  
2. Personnel
  
3. Violence
  
4. Forcefulness
  
5. Strength
  
6. Effect
  
7. Coerce
  
8. Hale
  
9. Squeeze
  
10. Pressure
  
11. Impel
  
12. Push
  
13. Thrust
  
14. Wedge
  
15. Drive
  
16. Ram
  
17. Pull
  
18. Draw
  
19. Storm
  
20. Arm
  
21. Brunt
  
22. Clout
  
23. Coercion
  
24. Compulsion
  
25. Conscription
  
26. Draft
  
27. Duress
  
28. Dynamism
  
29. Effort
  
30. Enforcement
  
31. Exaction
  
32. Extortion
  
33. Fury
  
34. Horsepower
  
35. Impact
  
36. Impetus
  
37. Impulse
  
38. Might
  
39. Momentum
  
40. Muscle
  
41. Pains
  
42. Potency
  
43. Potential
  
44. Pow
  
45. Punch
  
46. Sinew
  
47. Sock
  
48. Speed
  
49. Steam
  
50. Stimulus
  
51. Strain
  
52. Stress
  
53. Strong arm
  
54. Stuff
  
55. Subjection
  
56. Tension
  
57. Trouble
  
58. Velocity
  
59. Vigor
  
60. Ability
  
61. Authority
  
62. Bite
  
63. Capability
  
64. Cogency
  
65. Competence
  
66. Determination
  
67. Dominance
  
68. Effectiveness
  
69. Efficacy
  
70. Emphasis
  
71. Fierceness
  
72. Gumption
  
73. Guts
  
74. Impressiveness
  
75. Influence
  
76. Intensity
  
77. Obligation
  
78. Persistence
  
79. Persuasiveness
  
80. Point
  
81. Puissance
  
82. Requirement
  
83. Sapience
  
84. Validity
  
85. Validness
  
86. Vehemence
  
87. Willpower
  
88. Armed forces
  
89. Army
  
90. Battalion
  
91. Body
  
92. Cell
  
93. Corps
  
94. Crew
  
95. Detachment
  
96. Division
  
97. Guard
  
98. Horses
  
99. Host
  
100. Legion
  
101. Patrol
  
102. Regiment
  
103. Reserves
  
104. Shop
  
105. Soldiers
  
106. Squad
  
107. Squadron
  
108. Troop
  
109. Unit
  
110. Apply
  
111. Bear down
  
112. Bear hard on
  
113. Bind
  
114. Blackmail
  
115. Burden
  
116. Cause
  
117. Charge
  
118. Choke
  
119. Command
  
120. Compel
  
121. Concuss
  
122. Conscript
  
123. Constrain
  
124. Contract
  
125. Demand
  
126. Drag
  
127. Dragoon
  
128. Enforce
  
129. Enjoin
  
130. Exact
  
131. Extort
  
132. Fix
  
133. Impose
  
134. Impress
  
135. Inflict
  
136. Insist
  
137. Limit
  
138. Make
  
139. Move
  
140. Necessitate
  
141. Oblige
  
142. Obtrude
  
143. Occasion
  
144. Order
  
145. Overcome
  
146. Pin down
  
147. Press
  
148. Pressurize
  
149. Require
  
150. Restrict
  
151. Sandbag
  
152. Shotgun
  
153. Strong-arm
  
154. Urge
  
155. Wrest
  
156. Wring
  
157. Assault
  
158. Blast
  
159. Break in
  
160. Break open
  
161. Burst
  
162. Defile
  
163. Jimmy
  
164. Propel
  
165. Pry
  
166. Rape
  
167. Ravish
  
168. Spoil
  
169. Twist
  
170. Undo
  
171. Violate
  
172. Wrench
  
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Am I?
Yesterday I had an Air Force project,

Am I? Yesterday I had an Air Force project,

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 23


Or I can force my way in.

Or I can FORCE my way in.

Westworld Season 3, Episode 8


One who was drummed off the force
because he refused to play by the rules.

One who was drummed off the FORCE because he refused to play by the rules.

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 19


lt\'s a high-volume business
with a discreet work force.

lt's a high-volume business with a discreet work FORCE.

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 3


Well, you can\'t force things.

Well, you can't FORCE things.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 6


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