Definition of fundamental force noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

fundamental force

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(specialist) Energy and physical forces
 
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a force that is a property (= characteristic) of everything in the universe. There are four fundamental forces including gravity and electromagnetism. See related entries: Energy and physical forces
See the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary entry: fundamental force