It should be noted that while force is not exactly the amount of energy applied to an object, it is the instantaneous amount of energy applied per distance when not balanced by other forces. Forces can consist of troops and their equipment, whose bullets, by the way, transfer enough force to cause damage to most materials.
dE=(F->)*(dx->)
Change in energy of an object in motion is the cross product (sum of component products of two vectors) of the sum of applied forces and the change in position.
by oberon August 15, 2004
An energy field created by all
living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us, it binds the galaxy together.
"The Force is strong with this one."
by gerhard December 16, 2004
force (verb) ed, ing, es: taking it to an extreme killing it taking it too far
She really forced it by wearing that ugly skirt

He forced it giving us mad (a lot) homework
by Tuzde` October 04, 2005
slang word for Nike Air Force Ones.
make sure to keep clean........
by Big D June 05, 2003
Slang for Nike Air Force Ones. Widely popularized by Nelly's "Air Force Ones" song.
Everyone wants a pair of Forces.
by Jnelsonmarka October 01, 2006
1. when someone is trying to hard to make a joke

2. or when someone asks you to do something and you dont want to do it.
josh: Knock knock

Kimball: FORCE...no one uses knock knock jokes anymore

Josh: Could you tell me a joke so I can be funny?

Kimball: wow...force..DUB FORCE
by k-balls April 16, 2008
1. A physical exertion on something.
2. The living field of energy, from Star Wars. Some people are stronger in it than others, mainly Jedi or Sith. The Sith are better. (Don't ask me how midi-chlorians come into this, at all.)
3. What I usually have to do in order to get the shit out of my ass.
1. They had to force the door open when I locked them out.
2. If you're a Sith, you get to shoot freakin' Force lightning out of your hands. COOL!
3. Use the FOOOOOOOOOORCE! *grunts*
by Cortana Dragoon July 02, 2005
Force = Mass X Acceleration in a linear system. The units of force are kilogram meter per second squared or newtons.
Given that a due to gravity on earth is equal to 9.8 m/s^2 in an MKS system, calculate the force due to gravity on a 100 kg man. The answer is 980 N.
by MadPhysicsMan March 21, 2004

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