|forceful, compelling, using force||coercive|
|(British) noncommissioned officer in the Royal Air Force||aircraftman|
|(combination of the words campus and police) police force that patrols and guards the campus of Rice University (founded as William Marsh Rice Institute opened 1912 in Houston, Texas)||campos|
|(Electricity) capability of a circuit to generate an electromotive force; inductor, circuit or device in which an electromotive force can be generated, `:L, property of electric circuit||inductance|
|(Jacques Etienne) inventor of the first practical hot-air balloon; name of a hot-air balloon using fire as a thrusting force||Montgolfier|
|(new zealand) supernatural force or power, magical ability, supernatural powers (Polynesian, appears also in the game "Dungeons and Dragons")||mana|
|(Physics) pertaining to hydrodynamics (study of force exerted by the motion of liquids)||hydrodynamic|
|(Slang) cat, feline, bossy, domineering, controlling; aggressive, extremely self-assertive, unpleasantly competitive or forceful||pushy|
|(Slang) loud noise (from impact), forceful blow, hit something with loud noise, sound of forceful blow, strike, hit powerfully; slam; make a slamming noise, suddenly and forcefully, used to indicate the sound of blow||wham|
|(symbol) muV, one millionth of volt, unit of electrical force equal to one millionth of a volt (Electricity)||microvolt|
|(symbol) Rwanda franc, Radio Frequency; frequency of the radio waves on which a transmission is broadcast, reconnaissance fighter, regular forces, releasing factor, representative fraction, République française, Reserve Force, retention factor, right...||RF|
|(symbol), unit of electrical resistance, unit of electrical resistance equal to the resistance of a conductor in which the force of one volt produces a current of one ampere (Electricity)||ohm|
|1,000 volts, unit of electromotive force which is equal to one thousand volts (Electricity)||kilovolt|
|abduct somebody, abduction, act of physically forcing another person to have sexual intercourse; refuse of grapes left after the extraction of the juice in winemaking; European plant of the mustard family; despoiling, plundering, colza, force somebody ...||rape|
|abduct somebody, steal, take away by force (of a child or person)||kidnap|
|abduction, act of stealing or taking a child or person by force||kidnaping|
|abduction, act of stealing or taking a child or person by force||kidnapping|
|ability of embryo to grow normally, according to the rules, government order with force of law, officially approved for use, regulating of something, rule or order, statute, law; act of controlling, management, direction; state of being controlled, sta...||regulation|
|ability to develop, power; strength; force; potentiality, capacity to be, state of being potent, strength of medicine||potency|
|ability to do things, capacity to do work, forceful effort, power supply or source, power; vigor, liveliness, intensity||energy|
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