driving force
Noun

driving force (plural driving forces)

  1. Impetus; a person or thing that causes, stimulates, or motivates something to happen.
  2. The force that causes something to move or a physical process to occur.
Translations
  • French: moteur
  • Russian: дви́жущая си́ла
  • Spanish: motor, fuerza motriz



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