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forced

 (fôrst)
adj.
1. Imposed by force; involuntary: was condemned to a life of forced labor; a plane that made a forced landing.
2. Produced under strain; not spontaneous: forced laughter.

forced

(fɔːst)
adj
1. done because of force; compulsory: forced labour.
2. false or unnatural: a forced smile.
3. due to an emergency or necessity: a forced landing.
4. (General Physics) physics caused by an external agency: a forced vibration; a forced draught.
forcedly adv
ˈforcedness n

forced

(fɔrst, foʊrst)

adj.
1. enforced or compulsory: forced labor.
2. strained, unnatural, or affected: a forced laugh.
3. subjected to force.
4. required by circumstances; emergency: a forced landing of an airplane.
[1540–50]
forc•ed•ly (ˈfɔr sɪd li, ˈfoʊr-) adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.forced - produced by or subjected to forcing; "forced-air heating"; "furnaces of the forced-convection type"; "forced convection in plasma generators"
2.forced - forced or compelled; "promised to abolish forced labor"
involuntary, nonvoluntary, unvoluntary - not subject to the control of the will; "involuntary manslaughter"; "involuntary servitude"; "an involuntary shudder"; "It (becoming a hero) was involuntary. They sank my boat"- John F.Kennedy
3.forced - made necessary by an unexpected situation or emergencyforced - made necessary by an unexpected situation or emergency; "a forced landing"
unscheduled - not scheduled or not on a regular schedule; "an unscheduled meeting"; "the plane made an unscheduled stop at Gander for refueling"
4.forced - lacking spontaneity; not natural; "a constrained smile"; "forced heartiness"; "a strained smile"
affected, unnatural - speaking or behaving in an artificial way to make an impression

forced

forced

adjective
1. Done under force:
2. Not natural or spontaneous:
Translations
قَسْري، متْعِب جِدا، حَثيث
usilovný
tvungen
áreynslumikill, erfiîur
vynútený

forced

[fɔːst]
A. ADJ
1. (= obligatory) [march] → forzado; [repatriation] → forzoso; [marriage] → forzado, por la fuerza
2. (= from necessity) [landing] → forzoso
3. (= contrived, strained) [smile] → forzado
to sound forcedparecer forzado
4. (Hort, Agr) [vegetable, fruit] → de crecimiento acelerado
forced lettuceslechugas fpl de crecimiento acelerado
B. CPD forced entry N (Jur) → allanamiento m de morada
there was no sign of forced entryno había señales de que hubieran forzado la entrada
forced labour Ntrabajos mpl forzados

forced

[ˈfɔːrst] adj
[labour] → forcé(e)
[landing] → forcé(e)
(= unnatural) → forcé(e)force-feed [ˌfɔːrsˈfiːd] vt
[+ prisoner] → nourrir de force
[+ duck, goose] → gaver

forced

adj
(= imposed)Zwangs-; repatriationgewaltsam; marriage, resignation, withdrawalerzwungen; forced saleZwangsverkauf m; (= auction)Zwangsversteigerung f
(= contrived) smile, laughter, conversation, wordinggezwungen; behaviourgekünstelt; to sound forcedsich gezwungen or unnatürlich anhören
plantgetrieben

forced

:
forced entry
n (= break-in)Einbruch m
forced labour, (US) forced labor
nZwangsarbeit f
forced landing
n (Aviat) → Notlandung f
forced loan
nZwangsanleihe f
forced march
n (Mil) → Gewaltmarsch m
forced saving
nZwangssparen nt

forced

[fɔːst] adj (labour, marriage) → forzato/a

force

(foːs) noun
1. strength or power that can be felt. the force of the wind.
2. a person or thing that has great power. the forces of Nature.
3. (sometimes with capital) a group of men prepared for action. the police force; the Royal Air Force.
verb
1. to make (someone or something) do something, go somewhere etc, often against his etc will. He forced me to give him money.
2. to achieve by strength or effort. He forced a smile despite his grief.
forced adjective
done with great effort. a forced march.
ˈforceful adjective
powerful. a forceful argument.
ˈforcefully adverb
ˈforces noun plural
the army, navy and air force considered together. The Forces played a large part in the parade.
in/into force
in or into operation; working or effective. The new law is now in force.
References in classic literature ?
The French, the spy reported, having crossed the Vienna bridge, were advancing by forced marches toward Znaim, which lay sixty-six miles off on the line of Kutuzov's retreat.
Thus, if you order your men to roll up their buff-coats, and make forced marches without halting day or night, covering double the usual distance at a stretch, doing a hundred LI in order to wrest an advantage, the leaders of all your three divisions will fall into the hands of the enemy.
Baynes was restless, pacing back and forth beneath the trees when he should have been resting against the forced marches of the coming flight.
In short, the king, impatient, as has been said, had come by forced marches, and had that moment arrived with all his household and a reinforcement of ten thousand troops.
They remonstrated also upon the risk of damage to their horses by these forced marches. Finally, there arose betwixt Isaac and his satellites a deadly feud, concerning the quantity of wine and ale to be allowed for consumption at each meal.
Prosecutors said: "The killings were mostly carried out through gassing, but also through 'death bath actions', injections and shootings, as well as through starvation and freezing." Hans H allegedly guarded inmates at the camp, about 20km from the Austrian city of Linz, and also during forced marches.
The Long March refers to a series of forced marches over about four months between January and April 1945.