Polish English Dictionary

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zmuszać in English:

1. to force

English word "zmuszać"(to force) occurs in sets:

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2. compel

She didn't want to help them but conscience compelled her to.
The law allows the department to compel companies to turn over customer records.
I felt compelled to tell her the truth.
The law will compel employers to provide health insurance
We took steps to compel their cooperation
‘they may compel a witness's attendance at court by issue of a summons’
We are forged by evil to compel
All students are compelled to take history classes.
The new circumstances compelled a change in policy.
The court has powers to compel witnesses to attend.
When the police compel you to obey speed limits or else get a ticket, this is an example of a situation where the police enforce the law.
He spoke with an authority that compelled the attention of the whole crowd.
compel children (to do something)
She compels me to sex!
If you want to be respected by others the great thing is to respect yourself. Only by that, only by self-respect will you compel others to respect you.

English word "zmuszać"(compel) occurs in sets:

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3. constrain

Excessive reliance on monetary policy an attempt to curb inflation could unnecessarily constrain credit and hence business.

English word "zmuszać"(constrain) occurs in sets:


4. force to

English word "zmuszać"(force to) occurs in sets:

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5. coerce

they are denied basic human rights and are coerced and exploited in ways that no civilised society should condone
The court heard that the six defendants had been coerced into making a confession
to coerce sb into doing sth

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