The editors of the dictionary do not understand physics! There is no such thing as centrifugal force. For a force to occur, an equal and opposite force must exist as well (Newton's Third Law). There is no equal and opposite force for "centrifugal force," since it does not exist.Tags: Physical Science, Physics
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