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British pronunciation/kəmpˈɛl/
American pronunciation/kəmˈpɛɫ/
to compel
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to make someone do something

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to cause something to be necessary or to make it inevitable

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The law compels companies to disclose certain financial information.
The impending deadline will compel them to complete the project ahead of schedule.
The convincing argument compelled her to change her stance on the issue.
The scale of the problem compelled a comprehensive solution.
The gravity of the situation compelled a change in our approach.
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