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forc·i·ble

 (fôr′sə-bəl)
adj.
1. Effected against resistance through the use of force: The police used forcible restraint in order to subdue the assailant.
2. Characterized by force; powerful.

forc′i·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.forcibly - in a forcible manner; "keep in mind the dangers of imposing our own values and prejudices too forcibly"

forcibly

adverb by force, compulsorily, under protest, against your will, under compulsion, by main force, willy-nilly They were forcibly removed from his office.

forcibly

adverb
With intense energy and force:
Idioms: hammer and tongs, tooth and nail, with might and main.
Translations

forcibly

[ˈfɔːsəblɪ] ADV
1. (= by force) [remove, restrain, separate] → a la fuerza, por la fuerza
2. (= effectively) [express, argue] → de forma contundente, convincentemente

forcibly

[ˈfɔːrsəbli] adv
(= by force) → par la force
(= vigorously) → énergiquement

forcibly

adv
(= by force) remove, restrain, separategewaltsam, mit Gewalt; to feed somebody forciblyjdn zwangsernähren
(= powerfully)eindringlich; argue, expresseindringlich, nachdrücklich; what struck me most forcibly about this incident was …was mir an diesem Zwischenfall am meisten auffiel, war …; this was brought home to me forcibly when …das wurde mir in vollem Ausmaß bewusst, als …

forcibly

[ˈfɔːsəblɪ] adv (by force, take) → con la forza; (vigorously, argue) → energicamente, vigorosamente
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