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强征
Simplified 强征
Traditional 彊征
Related words 强征队员 强征人 
Pin Yin
qiang2 zheng1
English
  • impress
Examples:
1. 所有人力和耕畜都被强征服役。
All available manpower and draught animals were pressed into service.
2. 强征进口税
Clamped a tax on imports.
3. 在旧时代,很多青年男子被强征加入海军。
In the old days, many young men were pressed into the navy.
4. 约翰是在上周被强征入伍的,所以他是一个训练无素的新兵。
John was conscripted last week, so he is a very raw recruit.
5. 固然这些经验仍然是不充分的,但是只要我们毅然地抛弃强征的手段,而着眼于宣传、教育、组织、影响等等动员民众的方式,新的经验将不断地创造出来,动员的收获也必然日益丰富起来。
Of course, our experience is still incomplete, but so long as we resolutely give up coercion in recruitment and stress propaganda, education, organization and persuasion when mobilizing the masses, we can enrich our experience and become more successful with each passing day.
6. 征用强征人服役或扣留财产为公用的行为或政策
The act or policy of seizing people or property for public service or use.
7. 公司拒绝支付强征的税款。
The company refused to pay the taxes imposed on them.
8. 强征海员.
The impressment of sailors
9. 士兵强征民房用作办公室。
The soldiers commandeered the house to use as offices.
10. 经过广泛而深入的宣传后,民众的抗日热情很快地激发起来,自动加入军队的踊跃,是远远超过强征的效果。
This widespread and thorough publicity promptly aroused the enthusiasm of the masses to fight against the Japanese aggressors, and they volunteered to join the army.This method of recruitment has proved far more effective than coercion.