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  • Enforcer — may refer to:*A thug who uses physical force or the threat of physical force to coerce others *Enforcer (hockey), a role in ice hockey *Enforcer (professional wrestling)In gaming: * Units in the game Battle Realms WOtW *Enforcer, a handgun in the …   Wikipedia

  • Enforcer — Eishockeypositionen Torwart Verteidiger Linker Flügel – Center – Rechter Flügel Sonstige Enforcer – Mannschaftskapitän – Pes …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Enforcer — En*for cer, n. One who enforces. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • enforcer — 1570s, agent noun from ENFORCE (Cf. enforce). Meaning “intimidator” is from 1934, U.S. underworld slang …   Etymology dictionary

  • enforcer — Enforcer, Alors se enforça la feste …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • Enforcer — Pour les articles homonymes, voir The Enforcer (jeu vidéo). Enforcer est un terme de catch pour deux situations. Un enforcer est soit un garde du corps pour un catcheur, une équipe ou un clan, ou peut être en référence à une personne qui officie… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • enforcer — UK [enˈfɔː(r)sə(r)] / US [enˈfɔrsər] noun [countable] Word forms enforcer : singular enforcer plural enforcers someone who is given the responsibility for making sure that a particular thing happens or is done, usually in government or business… …   English dictionary

  • enforcer — en|forc|er [ınˈfo:sə US ˈfo:rsər] n someone whose job is to make sure people do the things they should ▪ a law enforcer ▪ an enforcer for a drugs gang …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • enforcer — n. a bully; a thug or bodyguard. □ Sam is the perfect enforcer. Meaner than all get out. □ Rocko is too tender hearted to be a good enforcer …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • enforcer — en|forc|er [ en fɔrsər ] noun count 1. ) someone who is given the responsibility to make certain that a particular thing happens or is done, usually in government or business: the unpopular chief enforcer insisting on economic reforms 2. )… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • enforcer —    a criminal who terrorizes under orders    Usually working for an unpaid bookmaker, gang leader, etc.:     She was a freelance enforcer, renowned for her skill in getting any job done quickly. (J. Collins, 1981)    Avoid confusion with the… …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

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