One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
pressurize, put pressure on, use pressure on, pressure, press, bring force to bear on, force, drive, impel, coerce, urge, push, nag
lean on, prevail on
dragoon, steamroller, browbeat, use strong-arm tactics on, have someone do something
hold a gun to someone's head, hold a pistol to someone's head, put a gun to someone's head, put a pistol to someone's head
put the heat on, put the squeeze on, twist someone's arm, railroad, bulldoze
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