force

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Noun

Singular
force

Plural
forces

  1. A force the act of a thing pushing on another thing, or how strongly it pushes. <> ƙarfi, iko.
    Kindness is also part of the fruitage of God’s holy spirit, or active force. <> Alheri yana cikin ’ya’yan ruhu mai tsarki na Allah, ko kuma ikon aiki.
    The building work will come to completion, “not by a military force, nor by power, but by [Jehovah’s] spirit.” <> Za a kammala aikin gini “ba ta wurin ƙarfi ba, ba kuwa ta wurin iko ba, amma ta wurin ruhun [Jehobah].”
  2. A group that aims to attack, control, or constrain. <> runduna, ƙungiya.
    police force <> rundunar 'yan sanda.
    the armed forces <> rundunar soja/sojoji.

Verb

Plain form (yanzu)
force

3rd-person singular (ana cikin yi)
forces

Past tense (ya wuce)
forced

Past participle (ya wuce)
forced

Present participle (ana cikin yi)
forcing

  1. Someone forces something to happen when they make it happen. <> tilasta
    At the same time, he does not force us to seek an approved relationship with him. <> Amma, bai tilasta mana mu bidi yardajjiyar dangantaka da shi ba. [1]
    In northern Uganda, we see children mutilated and forced to take part in acts of unspeakable cruelty. <> A arewacin ƙasar Yuganda, an yi wa yara lahani kuma an tilasta musu su azabtar da mutane. [2]


Google translation of force

Karfi.

  1. (noun) ƙarfi <> strength, power, force, volume, energy;