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（＝無理をするの無理）force; compulsion; violence; strain:（=な） forced（voice） ; violent （method） ; strained （imagination） ; impossible （work） :（=に） compulsorily; forcibly; by force ; by violence; too much:（いやなのを無理に）against one's will :（非と知りつつ無理に）against one's better judgment
to use force―use compulsion―do violence―attempt the impossible―（我が身なら）―force oneself―strain oneself
A thousand will strain the capacity of the room
It is impossible for this room to seat a thousand.
He will go any length―go all lengths―move Heaven and earth―to gain his end―There are no lengths to which he will not go to gain his end.
to put a force upon one's words―strain the meaning of a passage―stretch the sense of a passage―wrench the meaning of a passage―wrest the sense of a passage
（＝無理をいうの無理）unreason; unreasonableness; unnaturalness; impossibility:（=な） unreasonable （demands）; unnatural （English）; unjust （condemnation）; unjustifiable （conclusion） ; unfair （demands） ; impossible （expression） ; far-fetched（expression） ; wild （hopes or wishes） ; （such a success is） not to be expected:（=に） too much:（いやというのを無理に）against one's will:（非と知りつつ無理に）against one's better judgement
It is an unreasonable demand―an unfair demand―an impossible demand―requiring too much―asking too much―asking the impossible.
The poor fellow is doing his best. It is unreasonable to expect more
You can not, in reason, expect more.
They make unreasonable demands of me―demand too much of me―require too much of me―ask too much of me.
It is unreasonable to set this task to a man of his constitution
The task is too much for a man of his constitution.
You have good reason to say so
You may well say so
You are justified in saying so
Yours is a just remark
It is natural that you should say so
It is no wonder that you should say so.
He has good reason to be angry
He may well be angry
He is justified in his indignation
His indignation is just
It is quite natural that he should be angry
It is no wonder that he should be angry.
You have good reason to think so
You may well think so
You may justly think so
It is natural that you should think so
Your thinking so is not without reason.
He has only just begun his English, and can not be expected to speak it.
to make a claim on one's friendship―make a draft on one's friendship―presume on one's friendship
I am sorry to make such a claim on your friendship―presume so far on your friendship.
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