Definition of force field in English:

force field


  • (chiefly in science fiction) an invisible barrier of force.

    ‘future land combat vehicles will deflect enemy shells with an electromagnetic force field’
    • ‘He tried to jump into the water but was blocked by an invisible force field.’
    • ‘Part of me relishes the fact that at the gym I might be surrounded by a force field of pungent odor.’
    • ‘The wires generate a special force field that keeps you in your seat.’
    • ‘The third aspect to monitor is the Perimeter itself, a vast force field that can be flicked on to deflect and destroy hostile attacks by rival powers.’
    • ‘They also tried to kill innocents, but every time they sent a fireball their way, a blue force field deflected it.’
    • ‘It was like had he walked into an invisible force field and been hurled backwards to land flat on his back.’
    • ‘I think that there is an electric force field around me, if anyone else can explain this let me know’
    • ‘This is a very simplified introduction to force fields.’
    • ‘Any other position generates an invisible force field, which makes it completely impossible for the hungry victim to pick them up.’
    • ‘They come this close and no closer to the diver and turn at a certain distance as if encountering an invisible force field.’
    • ‘Ben rushed him with the knife, but was bounced backwards by an invisible force field.’
    • ‘She took down the force field as they grew closer to the door of the castle - the air was cold and still and made Jade shiver.’
    • ‘The film is about a city enclosed in a force field, being observed by aliens.’
    • ‘The Shield contains a scientifically formulated crystal pattern that appears to create a force field around the person.’
    • ‘With luck, he tossed a force field around him self to prevent the sphere from leaving the designated parameter.’
    • ‘The resulting force field resembles the fields of the magnetized planets, such as Earth and Jupiter.’
    • ‘The force field had been let down, but that was not the case when officers first entered post-incident.’
    • ‘Current knowledge of physics does not appear to preclude the existence of qualitatively different force fields which, if they exist, could have dramatically different properties from the gravitational, electric, and magnetic fields we observe in the macro world.’
    • ‘If John had his way he'd create an invisible force field, making his spot impossible for anyone else to enter.’
    • ‘A force field divided the room into two halves, one for guards to monitor the room and the other to hold the detainees.’


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