Any influence that tends to change the state of rest or the uniform motion in a straight line of a body. The action of an unbalanced or resultant force results in the acceleration of a body in the direction of action of the force, or it may, if the body is unable to move freely, result in its deformation (see Hooke's law). Force is a vector quantity, possessing both magnitude and direction; its si unit is the newton.
According to Newton’s second law of motion the magnitude of a resultant force is equal to the rate of change of momentum of the body on which it acts; the force F producing an acceleration a m s-2 on a body of mass m kilograms is therefore given by: F = ma See also Newton’s laws of motion.
1. Physical energy or intensity:; SYN. forcefulness, strength.
2. The physical influence that produces a change in a physical quantity
3. A powerful effect or influence:
4. Group of people willing to obey orders; SYN. personnel.
5. A group of people having the power of effective action
Oružane snage, armija.
1. To do forcibly; exert force
2. To impose or thrust urgently, importunately, or inexorably; SYN. thrust.
3. To physical or metaphorical, as in; SYN. run, drive, ram.
1. Ubrzati posao, ubrzavati posao, zapeti, zapinjati (pa raditi);
2. Prisiliti, prisiljavati, nagoniti, nagnati, naterati, naterivati, primoravati (da se nešto što brže uradi);
3. Iznuditi, iznuđivati, silom uzeti;
4. Preterati, prenagliti;
5. U vistu: baciti kartu koju protivnik nema i time ga primorati da je seče adutom;
6. voj. Pod borbom zauzeti, osvojiti.