Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Force"

The meaning of "Force" in various phrases and sentences

Q: global forces ne anlama geliyor?
A: global forces = power or influence all over the world
Q: Force majeure refers generally to forces of nature or possibly war. The implications are that the terms of a contract may be changed because the risk was not allocated in either the express or implied terms of the contract. ne anlama geliyor?
A: I can give you several alternatives for the word "allocated" in this case:



"given consideration"


"taken into consideration"


"given any attention".

You could also replace "not allocated" with "omitted".

I agree that force majeure would typically be discussed in a contract. I think that what is being said is that if force majeure is not explicitly discussed in a contract, then if a condition of force majeure does occur, the terms of the contract may no longer be valid.
Q: come into force ne anlama geliyor?
A: A law "comes into force" on the first day that it is law.

For example:
"Parliament has passed the law, but it will not come into force until the first of January".
Q: deadly forces ne anlama geliyor?
A: Fuerzas mortales
Q: the same forces of political rancor that shaped the race for the presidency. ne anlama geliyor?
A: Because this campaign was so contentious (争い好き) there is a strong possibility that demonstrators may attempt to disrupt the inauguration.

Example sentences using "Force"

Q: force of personality ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: Even though she wasn’t their boss, no one could say no to her. She convinced them by sheer force of personality.

Just by force of personality, the enthusiastic salesman made people want to listen to him.
Q: forcibly/by force ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: I will teach you English by force if you try to give up!
나는 네가 반드시 영어를 배우도록 할 것이다!
I will forcibly come into your house if you don't come out.
네가 듣지 않으면 네 집에 침입하겠다.
Q: out in force ile örnek cümleler göster.

The police were out in force.
The butterflies were out in force in the park.
Q: force ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: "I was forced to do my homework."
"I will force them to go to the shops."
"The cyclist pushed the pedals with great force to catch up."
Q: In force ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: in force is not really a phrase, unless you mean to say "in full force". you could use that like this:

the mosquitos were out in full force this summer. meaning, there were a lot of mosquitos out this summer.

"enforce", pronounced the same way, is used like this:

the police enforce the law
the teacher enforced the "no phones in class" rule

Synonyms of "Force" and their differences

Q: force A to do ve compel A to do arasındaki fark nedir?
A: not really.. you can use force formally as well.

I think compel is just fancier than force. compel is a weird word for normal English. here's some examples of what I mean.

smart guy: "the subatomic particals fuse irrationally to become a singularity that COMPELS all sournding Matter towards its core"

wizard: rushing winds of the 7th blood moon hear my call and scream with winter's fury I COMPEL thee to for fill my desire and crush thyn enemy!

Religious leaders: The power of Jesus COMPELS you! and the gates of hell shall not preval!
Q: force ve compulsory arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Compulsory is More when refering to law. Force you can use more naturally.
Q: force ve coerce arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Force - to make someone do something against their will

Coerce - to convince someone to do something; to change their mind; manipulate
Q: force ve compel arasındaki fark nedir?
A: compel means you feel forced to do something without really being "forced" to do it, forced would be like someone commanding you to do something
Q: force ve compel ve oblige arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Forcing someone to do something is to make them act against their will.

Being compelled to do something means to have an urge (or want) to do an action.

To feel obliged to do something means to feel responsible for being the person to do that action.

Translations of "Force"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? あなたがair forceになることは確定していますか?
A: Have you decided that you’ll join the Air Force?
Q: Bunu İngilizce (Birleşik Krallık) da nasıl dersiniz?
I am by force of habit.
I am forced of habit..
which sounds correct?
A: I got on the wrong bus by force of habit.
[I always take this bus to work, but today it's Saturday and I should have taken a different bus. By force of habit, I got on the bus which takes me to work.]
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? force mentale
A: object: Mental strength.
adjective: (to be) mentally strong.
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? 遠心力 (it's "centrifugal force" according to Wikipedia)
A: We do say

"centrifugal force"
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? À force de
A: That's a difficult one, I can't think of a direct translation for this in English... Based on context, you could use different expressions. Could be "due to", "thanks to", "because of"...

Other questions about "Force"

Q: What does " blunt force trauma" mean?
(Was his head was physically hit? or Did he have just a stroke?)

What does "institutional neglect" mean?

Philadelphia authorities are investigating the death of the father of former White House national security adviser H.R. McMaster, ABC6 reports.

According to the Philadelphia department of health, the former official's father, H.R. McMaster Sr., died on April 13 of blunt force trauma to the head.

While health officials have ruled his death to be an accident, investigators have labeled the death suspicious, and are looking into whether there could have been institutional neglect in treating him by the retirement community where he lived.

The 84-year-old Korean War veteran reportedly did not receive proper care at the Cathedral Village retirement home, where he was living after suffering a stroke.

The Philadelphia police's homicide unit is looking into allegations that McMaster Sr. had fallen and was placed on a chair and neglected. Employees also reportedly told the McMaster family that records related to his death had been falsified.

Police are investigating the death as suspicious and have obtained a search warrant for the retirement community.
A: Blunt force trauma means he was hit in the head.

Blunt = not sharp
Force = physical strength behind the object
Trauma = in this case, a severe injury

They say "blunt force trauma" to show that he was hit in the head, but not stabbed in the head by a sharp object.
Q: He has a considerable force of character. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: "strength of character" is a phrase that we say, but "force of character" is not.
Overall "He has great strength of character" sounds much better. Although it is an unusual sentence. Hope that helps!
Q: The local forces are more stronger than central government of countries in South Asia. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: Remove "more" and you'll be good!
Q: The local force is much more stronger than central government of countries in Central Asia and South Asia. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: You would not need the more after the much, otherwise it's all good.
Q: What do they mean by 'parenthetically or force'?
A: OMG Tata you have the most interesting questions. Your transcription is correct but I have to GUESS what it means ;)

I **THINK** it means this. In English (I have not seen this in Spanish) we often say something like this:

The teacher "taught" the class.

By putting "taught" in quotation marks we are implying that they didn't really teach it, they did a terrible job, they tried but they sucked at it. Another example, Trump "won" the election, or Trump is "saving" lots of jobs. He didn't really and he isn't really, but some people pretend that it's so.

So I *think* what she is saying is that teachers "teach" math, but not really, because they do a shitty job of it and they need to find a way to make it more interesting because their students are asleep half the time.

So I think "parenthetically or forced" in this context means "he said it in a way that implied that they weren't doing a good job."

Someone else might have a better interpretation ;)

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