Recent Examples of strike force from the Web
Spanish giants Real Madrid are reportedly seeing Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane as the man to lead a new look strike force and are not believed to be put off by any huge price tag Spurs will set next summer.
Another strike forced them back inside until play resumed at 1:21 a.m.
Eliot Ness, who brought down Al Capone in Chicago as leader of a federal strike force known as The Untouchables and served as Cleveland Safety Director from 1935-42, was a customer at the bar.
The clinical strike force of Juan Pablo Angel and Darius Vassell provided the goals on the night, with the former England striker bagging a brace.
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STRIKE FORCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of strike force for English Language Learners
: a military force that is ready to attack
: a team of federal agents assigned to investigate organized crime in a specific area
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