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Detailed Translations for coerce from English to Spanish


coerce verb

  1. coerce (force; compel; oblige)
    – to cause to do through pressure or necessity, by physical, moral or intellectual means : 1

Translation Matrix for coerce:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
acometer affecting; assault; attack; attacking; coming over; defamation; impairing; imputation; injuring; stealing over
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
acometer coerce; compel; force; oblige assault; attack; carve; cut in; force; hew in; hold up; lay violent hands upon; raid; rob; storm; suprise; surprise; take off guard; violate
agraviar coerce; compel; force; oblige abuse; aggrieve; assault; call names; defamate; force; hurt; hurt someone's feelings; jeer; jeer at; load; make heavier; offend; scoff at; slander; taunt; use force; weight
compeler coerce; compel; force; oblige compel; force; oblige; oblige to
forzar coerce; compel; force; oblige assault; break open; compel; crack; decode; dishonor; dishonour; enforce; force; force open; kick open; oblige; oblige to; overburden; overload; rape; ravish; tear open; use force; violate
forzarse coerce; compel; force; oblige force; overburden; overload
infringir coerce; compel; force; oblige assault; force; use force; violate
machacar coerce; compel; force; oblige attack; carry on one's point; chew the cud; crush; damage; dance; dash; drive; drive in; drive piles; drum into a person's head; erode; force; nag; pulverise; pulverize; ram; rub fine; ruminate; shatter; smash; spoil; stamp in; trample; twaddle; whimper; whine
obligar coerce; compel; force; oblige charge; command; commission; compel; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; enforce; exert power; force; oblige; oblige to; ordain; order; press on; rule
ordenar coerce; compel; force; oblige aggravate; arrange; assign to; assort; be in command of; bid; burden; call; card-index; charge; class; classify; clean; clear away; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; direct; do odd jobs; do out; entomb; exert power; force; get settled; give an order; give notice of; group; instruct; inter; ordain; order; preside; proclaim; put away; put in order; put out; put right; range; rank; redevelop; remove; renovate; restore; rule; select; settle; shunt; sift; sort; sort out; systematise; systematize; take off; take the lead; tidy up
- force; hale; pressure; squeeze

Synonyms for "coerce":

Related Definitions for "coerce":

  1. to cause to do through pressure or necessity, by physical, moral or intellectual means :1

Wiktionary Translations for coerce:

  1. to use force, threat, or intimidation in attempt to compel one to act against his will

Cross Translation:
coerce imponer imposer — Traductions à trier suivant le sens