fo:s 1. noun
1) (strength or power that can be felt: the force of the wind.) kraft, makt
2) (a person or thing that has great power: the forces of Nature.) (-)kraft, (-)styrke
3) ((sometimes with capital) a group of men prepared for action: the police force; the Royal Air Force.) styrke
2. verb
1) (to make (someone or something) do something, go somewhere etc, often against his etc will: He forced me to give him money.) tvinge, presse
2) (to achieve by strength or effort: He forced a smile despite his grief.) presse, forsere, overanstrenge
- forceful
- forcefully
- forces
- in
- into force
subst. \/fɔːs\/
1) (også overført) styrke, kraft, makt
the force of an argument
et arguments styrke
the force of a blow
kraften i et slag
they are a powerful force in the world
de er en verdensmakt
social forces
sosiale krefter
2) styrke, tropp
a force of 8000 men
3) vold
she had to resort to force in order to escape
hun måtte ty til vold for å komme seg unna
4) hold, tyngde, substans, beviskraft, virkning
there is some force in what you say
det er en viss substans i det du sier
5) bindende virkning, gyldighet, lovs kraft
6) egentlig innhold, eksakt innhold, eksakt betydning, eksakt mening
7) (fysikk) kraft
8) (tennis) hard ball, hardt slag
9) (kortspill) kravmelding
brute force rå kraft, vold
by force med vold, med makt
by force of i kraft av
by force of arms med våpenmakt, med våpen i hånd
by force of habit av gammel vane
come into force tre i kraft
come\/put in(to) force (om lov) tre i kraft iverksette
the Force politiet
force of character karakterstyrke
the force of circumstances omstendighetenes makt, nødsituasjon(en)
force of contrast kontrastvirkning
force of habit vanens makt
from force of habit he got up early
av gammel vane stod han opp tidlig
force of will viljestyrke
forces stridsstyrker
naval forces
the forces of darkness mørkets makter\/krefter
the forces of nature naturkreftene
be in force være i kraft, gjelde, stå ved lag
in (great) force (militærvesen) med store styrker, mannsterke
in full force med full styrke, mannsterke
they came in full force
de kom med full styrke
join forces slå seg sammen, alliere seg
they joined forces with the company
de slo seg sammen med selskapet
join the Forces gå inn i militæret, verve seg
lose force miste styrke, svekkes
of force (gammeldags) med nødvendighet
rules (previously) in force (tidligere) gjeldende lover
superior force overmakt
give way to superior force
vike for overmakten
the armed forces de væpnede styrker
verb \/fɔːs\/
1) tvinge, betvinge
force a smile
tvinge frem et smil
force an analogy \/ a simile
tvinge frem en sammenlikning
I was forced into going by my parents
jeg ble tvunget til å gå av foreldrene mine
2) presse, trykke, forsere
force the pace \/ the running
forsere farten \/ sette opp tempoet
3) forsere, storme, innta, erobre, bane seg vei, brøyte seg gjennom, bryte gjennom
the Germans forced the fort during the war
tyskerne stormet festningen under krigen
force the enemy's lines
forsere fiendens forsvarslinjer
4) bryte opp, sprenge
force a lock \/ a door
5) tiltvinge seg, trenge seg
force an entrance into a building
6) (kortspill) kravmelde, trumfe, spille ut trumf
7) skynde på, forsere, drive frem, presse frem, tvinge frem, drive gjennom, tvinge igjennom, trumfe igjennom
the bill was forced through Parliament
loven ble presset gjennom i parlamentet
8) (gartnerfag) drive (frem)
9) voldta
force a woman
10) (med vold) tvinge, drive, presse, trykke, kjøre
the robber forced a knife into his breast
raneren kjørte en kniv inn i brystet hans
force along rive med seg
force along one's audience
force an entrance into seentrance, 1
force a passage eller force one's way bane seg vei med vold, trenge seg inn, trenge seg gjennom
force away drive bort, bryte løs, rive løs
force down presse ned, trykke ned, drive ned, tvinge ned, tvinge i seg
force down a bit of food
force in hamre\/banke inn
force on drive frem
force oneself (up)on tvinge\/trenge seg på
force one's voice anstrenge stemmen
force out presse\/tvinge frem
force something from\/out of someone fravriste noen noe
I will force the truth out of you!
force something (up)on someone tvinge noe på noen
I don't want to have your ideas forced on me
force the bidding (auksjon) presse opp budene
force the game forsere spillet, spille høyt
force the sense of a word tøye et begrep
force through drive\/trumfe gjennom
the chairman forced through a solution
formannen trumfet en løsning gjennom
force up presse\/hausse opp
force up the price
presse opp prisen

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