forcible

forcible
['fɔːsəbl]
aggettivo
1) [repatriation, removal] forzato

forcible eviction — sfratto giudiziario

2) [speech, argument] convincente
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forcible /ˈfɔ:səbl/
a.
1 fatto con la forza; a forza; forzato; forzoso: forcible ejection, espulsione con la forza; forcible repatriation, rimpatrio forzato
2 forte; energico; efficace; vigoroso; convincente; vivido: a forcible expression, un'espressione efficace; forcible style, stile vigoroso; forcible reminder, efficace promemoria
● (leg.) forcible detainer, possesso illecito □ (leg.) forcible entry, ingresso con la forza; (della polizia, ecc.) irruzione: to make a forcible entry, entrare con la forza; fare irruzione
forcibleness
n. [u]
violenza; forza; efficacia; vigore
forcibly
avv.
1 con la forza; a (viva) forza
2 energicamente; vigorosamente
3 efficacemente; vividamente.
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['fɔːsəbl]
aggettivo
1) [repatriation, removal] forzato

forcible eviction — sfratto giudiziario

2) [speech, argument] convincente

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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  • Forcible — For ci*ble, a. [Cf. OF. forcible forcible, forceable that may be forced.] 1. Possessing force; characterized by force, efficiency, or energy; powerful; efficacious; impressive; influential. [1913 Webster] How forcible are right words! Job. vi. 2? …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • forcible — for·ci·ble / fȯr sə bəl/ adj: effected by force or threat of force used against opposition or resistance a forcible felony for·ci·bly adv Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • forcible — (adj.) early 15c., from M.Fr. forcible, from O.Fr. forcier (see FORCE (Cf. force)). Related: Forcibly …   Etymology dictionary

  • forcible — forceful, *powerful, potent, puissant Analogous words: vehement, *intense, violent: energetic, strenuous, *vigorous: *aggressive, militant, assertive, self assertive: coercing or coercive (see corresponding verb at FORCE) …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • forcible — [adj] powerful, aggressive active, armed, assertive, coercive, cogent, compelling, compulsory, drastic, effective, efficient, energetic, forceful, impressive, intense, mighty, militant, persuasive, potent, puissant, strong, telling, valid,… …   New thesaurus

  • forcible — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ done by force. DERIVATIVES forcibly adverb …   English terms dictionary

  • forcible — [fôr′sə bəl] adj. [ME < OFr] 1. done or effected by force; involving the use of force 2. having force; forceful forcibleness n. forcibly adv …   English World dictionary

  • forcible — forceful, forcible 1. Fowler (1926) identified the difference in meaning as follows: ‘while forcible conveys that force rather than something else is present, forceful conveys that much as opposed to little force is used or shown; compare… …   Modern English usage

  • forcible — for•ci•ble [[t]ˈfɔr sə bəl, ˈfoʊr [/t]] adj. 1) done or effected by force: forcible entry; forcible seizure[/ex] 2) having or producing force; powerfully effective 3) convincing, as reasoning: a forcible theory[/ex] • Etymology: 1350–1400; ME… …   From formal English to slang

  • forcible — forcibleness, forcibility, n. forcibly, adv. /fawr seuh beuhl, fohr /, adj. 1. done or effected by force: forcible entry into a house. 2. producing a powerful effect; having force; effective. 3. convincing, as reasoning: a forcible theory. 4.… …   Universalium

  • forcible — for|ci|ble [ˈfo:sıbəl US ˈfo:r ] adj done using physical force ▪ the forcible overthrow of the government ▪ signs of forcible entry into the building …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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