coerce - Meaning in Hindi
Meaning of coerce in Hindi
- मजबूर करना
- विवश करना
- जबरन कराना
- बाध्य करना
- persuade (an unwilling person) to do something by using force or threats.
- He even managed to coerce the children into doing the dishes. ( यहां तक कि वह बच्चों को बर्तन मांजने में भी कामयाब रहे। )
- You tried to coerce her into marrying Liu Shengli in violation of the Marriage Law. ( आपने उसे विवाह कानून के उल्लंघन में लियू शेंगली से शादी करने के लिए मजबूर करने की कोशिश की। )
- Churchill then wanted to coerce the owners into a national agreement and statutory arbitration. ( चर्चिल तब मालिकों को एक राष्ट्रीय समझौते और वैधानिक मध्यस्थता में शामिल करना चाहता था। )
- Attempts to coerce people into retiring must be resisted; rights to retraining must also be secured. ( लोगों को सेवानिवृत्त होने के लिए मजबूर करने का प्रयास किया जाना चाहिए; मुकरने के अधिकार भी सुरक्षित होने चाहिए। )
- Tyranny, terror, and mob violence were used to coerce antislavery activists. ( अत्याचार, आतंक, और भीड़ हिंसा का इस्तेमाल असामाजिक कार्यकर्ताओं को डराने के लिए किया गया था। )
- The archbishops of Gnesen and Cologne and many minor dignitaries were imprisoned (1874); and the so-called " Bread-basket Law " was passed to coerce the parish clergy by suspending the salaries of the disobedient.
- "You can't coerce the jurors ."
- I will never coerce you.
- Somewhere up there past the tree line were the four Elk Alex had coerced from the Game and Fish Commission.
- You can't coerce her into obedience.
- Smart governments know that by allowing trade, nations gently coerce their citizens to shift precious resources from low-productivity to high-productivity industries.
- The way in which the man of genius rules is by persuading an efficient minority to coerce an indifferent and self-indulgent majority(James Fitzjames Stephen.
- Obama would deploy soft power the power attract rather than coerce.
- The Taliban cannot be sufficiently weakened in Pashtun Afghanistan to coerce it to the negotiating table.
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- To coerce or inhibit by or as if by threats.
- Haass added : " NATO cannot coerce them to return.
- The movie is full of wit and stuff that would coerce a chuckle out of anyone, from teenagers to adults.
- When the king brought over a few Irish soldiers to coerce the English, Sarsfield came in command of them.
- And who will coerce them? And how is it to be done? By public opinion.
- You will not coerce intimacy where none is granted, she says sharply.
- The threat alone might be enough to coerce Hollowcrest and Forge into dealing.