natural or bodily power; active strength
fierce or uncontrolled use of strength; violence
a person, thing, belief, action, etc., that has strong enough influence to cause widespread changes in a way of living, or that has uncontrollable power over living things
a group of people brought together or trained for some kind of action, especially military action
make (an unwilling person) doing sth; drive
use physical force on
produce by unwilling effort; produce with difficulty or against nature
hasten the growth of (a plant) by the use of heat
"the force of his eloquence easily persuaded them"
"force equals mass times acceleration"
"he hit with all the force he could muster"
"it was destroyed by the strength of the gale"
"a government has not the vitality and forcefulness of a living man"
"a public force is necessary to give security to the rights of citizens"
"he sent Caesar a force of six thousand men"
"he may accomplish by craft in the long run what he cannot do by force and violence in the short one"
"the mysterious presence of an evil power"
"may the force be with you"
"the forces of evil"
"he joined forces with a band of adventurers"
"the law is still in effect"
"the shortstop got the runner at second on a force"
"She forced him to take a job in the city"
"He squeezed her for information"
"He pushed the table into a corner"
"She forced her diet fads on him"
"I squeezed myself into the corner"
"She rammed her mind into focus"
"He drives me mad"
"draw a wagon"
"pull a sled"
"Don't force it!"
"Storm the fort"
As soon as his recovered forces will justify the voyage and journey he will make the passage.
She tried to force her mind to the contemplation of the new state of things.
出自： D. H. Lawrence
He lay in bed until hunger forced him to rise.
出自： R. H. Mottram
He was insistent and forced her against her will to get into his car.
出自： W. C. Williams
Wit..larded with malice and malice forced with wit.
出自：Troilus Cressida , Shakespeare
She pretended that she could not hear so that they would not force an answer from her.
The police tried to force the truth from the suspect.
It's foolish to force your feet into a pair of shoes that are too small for you.
This water is forced into the boiler by the feed pump.
用水泵将水压入锅炉。 force sb/sth into sth/v-ing
They forced him into a small boat.
He forced me into bribery.
You will never force him into obedience.
They forced thousands of peasants into their reactionary armies.
They forced David into a small room.
This forced the British fighter planes into the air.
They forced him into signing the paper.
Circumstances forced him into stealing.
Their poverty forced their children into stealing.
They forced the enemy into surrendering.
They were forced into the battle at a place picked by our army.
To save his honour, he had been forced into a purchase which he could not possibly afford.
He was forced into crime by circumstances.
The people of that country can never be forced into submission by the invaders.
He was forced into accepting the task.
She was forced into leaving the country.
We were forced off the road.
I tried to force my suggestion on them.
The teacher has no right to force his own views onto the children.
The imperialists forced a series of unequal treaties upon China.
He didn't want to be paid, but we forced the money on him because we knew he needed it.
They didn't want the war. It was forced on them.
The idea was forced upon us.
Setbacks can be a good thing, forcing you out of your complacency.
Jim himself was forced out of office on June 29th.
He was forced out of his chairmanship.
他被迫辞去他的主席职务。 force sth out of sb
We can force concessions out of him.
They forced a confession out of him.
The government forced the bill through parliament against fierce opposition.
This forced the cost of living up considerably.
Prices have been forced up by poor crop.
误 These rules are still with force.
正 These rules are still in force.
析 “有效”“有作用”可说be in force, in 不能改成with。
误 The new constitution put into force on July 1,1867.
正 The new constitution was put into force on July 1,1867.
析 put into force作“使生效”解时,应以人作主语。如果物作主语,则使用被动结构。
误 The thief took the money from the old man with force.
正 The thief took the money from the old man by force.
析 “强行,强迫,凭借暴力”,应该说by force,而不是 with force。
误 Our class joined force with their class to hold a dancing party.
正 Our class joined forces with their class to hold a dancing party.
析 “与…联合”,可说join forces with...,其中force必须用复数形式。
误 The forces of the blow sent him reeling.
正 The force of the blow sent him reeling.
误 The armed force was called in to suppress the riot.
正 The armed forces were called in to suppress the riot.
误 Bob is serving in the U.S. Air Army.
正 Bob is serving in the U.S. Air Force.
析 在英文里,陆、海、空三军分别为:the Army, the Navy, the Air Force,所以误句中的Army应改为Force。
误 The boss forced him work 10 hours a day at that time.
正 The boss forced him to work 10 hours a day at that time.
误 Parents shouldn't force their children take their advice.
正 Parents shouldn't force their children to take their advice.
析 “强迫某人做某事”可说force sb to do sth,用作宾语补足语的动词不定式须带to。