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compel
kəm'pɛl
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Force somebody to do something.
  2. Necessitate or exact.
Hyphenationcom•pel
Part of Speech(动) verb
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推动tuīdòngto push (for acceptance of a plan); to push forward; to promote; to actuate
强迫qiǎngpòto compel; to force
胁迫xiépòto coerce; to compel; to force
迫使pòshǐto force; to compel
强逼qiǎngbīto compel; to force
裹胁guǒxiéto compel; to coerce
to compel; to pressure
to rein in; to compel; to force; to carve; to engrave; (literary) to command; to lead; lux (unit of illumination); (literary) bridle
qiǎngto force; to compel; to strive; to make an effort
to force; to compel; to approach or go towards; urgent; pressing
to press; to compel, to draw near, to excel; to surpass; to rise above; to transcend, to fly across; to jump over
逼迫bīpòto force; to compel; to coerce
to force (somebody to do something); to compel; to press for; to extort; to press on towards; to press up to; to close in on; used in the place of , cunt
硬逼yìngbīto pressure; to press; to force; to compel; to push; to coerce; to urge; to impel; to bully into; to be compelled
reins; a halter, (interchangeable ) hides stripped of hair; leather, the target, to force; to compel, to carve, to stop
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