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forceful
American English: /ˈfɔrsfəl/
British English: /ˈfɔːsfʊl/
, /ˈfɔːsf(ə)l/

Translation of forceful in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1 (vigorous)
    (person)
    con carácter
    (personality)
    (speech/gesture)
    (manner)
    1.2 (persuasive)
    (words/argument)
    Example sentences
    • Denied by the golden goal in 1996 they have re-emerged a stronger and more forceful unit.
    • Not being the most assertive or forceful of people I take it all too personally and can get quite upset.
    • The winds were strong and forceful, causing floods in most villages, but no one was hurt.

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