put+in+force

  • 41force-out — force′ out n. baseball spo a put out of a base runner on a force play • Etymology: 1895–1900, amer …

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  • 42put under obligation — index compel, constrain (compel), force (coerce), press (constrain) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton …

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  • 43put out to grass — put (an animal) out to graze. ↘informal force (someone) to retire. → grass …

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  • 44put on the spot — ► put on the spot informal force (someone) into a situation in which they must respond or act. Main Entry: ↑spot …

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  • 45put out to pasture — ► put out to pasture force to retire. Main Entry: ↑pasture …

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  • 46put|tee — «PUHT ee, puh TEE», noun. 1. a long, narrow strip of cloth wound around the leg from ankle to knee, formerly worn especially by sportsmen and soldiers: »He wore the…short sleeved tunic, boots and puttees of the Force Publique (London Times). 2. a …

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  • 47put somebody out to grass — put sb out to ˈgrass idiom (informal) to force sb to stop doing their job, especially because they are old Main entry: ↑grassidiom …

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  • 48put the screws on (somebody) — put the ˈscrews on (sb) idiom to force sb to do sth by frightening and threatening them Main entry: ↑screwidiom …

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  • 49put out to pasture — force to retire. → pasture …

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  • 50force — forceable, adj. forceless, adj. forcer, n. forcingly, adv. /fawrs, fohrs/, n., v., forced, forcing. n. 1. physical power or strength possessed by a living being: He used all his force in opening the window. 2. strength or power exerted upon an… …

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  • 51put — v 1. place, pose, set, lay; drop, Inf. plop, Inf. plunk, Inf. plank, plump; park, station, post, stand; plant, implant, imbed; perch, mount, deposit; situate, locate, emplace, position, center; dispose, allocate, install, collocate, spot,… …

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  • 52Force aérienne afghane — Afghan Air Force Période 1924 1929 ; 1937 2001 ; 2005 Présent Pays …

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  • 53force — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. compulsion, coercion; strength, brawn, power, might; meaning, import, effect; troops, soldiery, army (see combatant). See vigor. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Physical power] Syn. strength, energy, might;… …

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  • 54force — [[t]fɔrs, foʊrs[/t]] n. v. forced, forc•ing 1) physical power or strength: to pull with all one s force[/ex] 2) strength exerted upon an object; physical coercion; violence: to use force to open a door[/ex] 3) strength; energy; power: the force… …

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  • 55Force play — In baseball, a force is a situation when a baserunner is compelled (or forced ) to vacate his time of pitch base and thus try to advance to the next base because the batter became a runner. A runner at first base is always forced to attempt to… …

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  • 56force-out — noun a putout of a base runner who is required to run; the putout is accomplished by holding the ball while touching the base to which the runner must advance before the runner reaches that base the shortstop got the runner at second on a force • …

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  • 57put on — Synonyms and related words: Parthian shot, accelerate, act, act a part, administer, affect, affectation, affected, affectedness, airs, airs and graces, apocryphal, apply, apply to, artificial, artificiality, assume, assumed, back answer, banter,… …

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  • 58force — Synonyms and related words: Niagara, abuse, actuate, acuteness, administer, adventuresomeness, adventurousness, affective meaning, aggression, aggressiveness, ambitiousness, amount, amperage, amplitude, animality, animate, apply, arm, armed… …

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  • 59put upon — Synonyms and related words: abashed, administer, afflicted, agitated, apply, barge in, beset, bestow, bothered, break in, break in upon, burden with, burst in, butt in, cast down, chagrined, chapfallen, charge, charge in, come between, confused,… …

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  • 60put — verb past tense putpresent participle putting MOVE STH 1 (transitive always + adv/prep) to move something from one place or position into another, especially using your hands: put sth in/on/there etc: Put those bags on the table. | You should put …

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