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en•force



Pronunciation: (en-fôrs', -fōrs'), [key]
v.t., -forced, -forc•ing.
1. to put or keep in force; compel obedience to: to enforce a rule; Traffic laws will be strictly enforced.
2. to obtain (payment, obedience, etc.) by force or compulsion.
3. to impose (a course of action) upon a person: The doctor enforced a strict dietary regimen.
4. to support (a demand, claim, etc.) by force: to enforce one's rights as a citizen.
5. to impress or urge (an argument, contention, etc.) forcibly; lay stress upon: He enforced his argument by adding details.

Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.

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