come into force13 USA: kʌ'm ɪ"ntʌ· fɔː'rs UK: kʌm ɪntuː fɔːs
field of force13 USA: fiː'ld ʌ·v fɔː'rs UK: fiːld ɔv fɔːs
in full force13 USA: ɪ'n fʊ'l fɔː'rs UK: ɪn fʊl fɔːs
line of force13 USA: laɪ'n ʌ·v fɔː'rs UK: laɪn ɔv fɔːs
put in force13 USA: pʊ't ɪ'n fɔː'rs UK: pʊt ɪn fɔːs
put into force2 USA: pʊ't ɪ"ntʌ· fɔː'rs UK: pʊt ɪntuː fɔːs
resort to force13 USA: riː·sɔː'rt tʌ· fɔː'rs UK: rɪzɔːt tuː fɔːs
royal air force13 USA: rɔɪ'ʌ·l e'r fɔː'rs UK: rɔɪəl eər fɔːs
tour de force1 USA: tʊ'r dʌ· fɔː'rs UK: tʊər diː fɔːs
balance of forces13 USA: bæ'lʌ·ns ʌ·v fɔː'rsʌ·z UK: bæləns ɔv fɔːsɪz
have recourse to force13 USA: hæ'v riː'kɔː·rs tʌ· fɔː'rs UK: hæv rɪkɔːs tuː fɔːs
turn out in force2 USA: təː'n aʊ't ɪ'n fɔː'rs UK: təːn aʊt ɪn fɔːs
Act of God, force majeure13 USA: æ'kt ʌ·v gɔ'd fɔː'rs mʌ·ʤuː'r UK: ækt ɔv gɔd fɔːs mæʒəːr
it has spent its force13 USA: ʌ·t hʌ·z spe'nt ʌ·ts fɔː'rs UK: ɪt hæz spent ɪts fɔːs
the law come into force13 USA: ðiː· lɔ' kʌ'm ɪ"ntʌ· fɔː'rs UK: ðiː lɔː kʌm ɪntuː fɔːs
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