تجبر, كره, فرض بالقوة, خضع, اضطر
Verb(1) force somebody to do something(2) necessitate or exact
(1) Recalling that the reason to use military force is to compel compliance with demands, the implications for a dominant indicator are significant.(2) they may compel a witness's attendance at court by issue of a summons(3) Sometimes the scope of our expanding requirements and resource constraints may compel us to select a provider of services other than the military, even though we have assumed a greater risk by doing so.(4) The following subsections give powers to the person appointed to hold the inquiry to compel the attendance of witnesses, obtain the production of documents, take evidence on oath and so forth.(5) However, it will have no power to compel testimony, or to bring prosecutions.(6) Duty and honor compel him to return to face his foe despite the vehement protestations of Amy, a Quaker.(7) A government is an association of men and women authorized by society and the constitution to use force to compel obedience.(8) The defendant brought a motion to compel the attendance of the plaintiff at an examination for discovery.(9) A public-works agency can compel you to sell your land.(10) The third and final issue surrounds the proper application of military power, whether and when it is appropriate to use military force or the threat of force to compel peace.(11) Instead of seeking to broaden its appeal to urban elites or local strongmen, the GMD sought unsuccessfully to compel their submission by force.(12) Further, while the Inquiry did not have powers to compel discovery or witnesses, it does not appear that the Inquiry was refused access to any document or that any witness refused to attend.(13) Crucially he or she will have statutory powers to both summon witnesses and compel evidence.(14) With authority gone, the result would be not liberty but increasing dependence on naked force to compel obedience and maintain order.(15) He set a further court hearing for May 31 to rule on defense requests to compel interviews with witnesses who decline to speak to them voluntarily.(16) I did not, and I would rephrase the question: Should the international community use force to compel the two-state solution?
1. force ::
2. exact ::
3. obligate ::
Different Formscompel, compelling, compels
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