With All One's Strength
Full Power, As Hard As One Can
You've hopefully already learned that 力 means "power". You might have also heard the word いっぱい, because it's used a lot in conversation. It has a few meanings (you'll learn more of them later) but the important one here is "full" or "a lot". Put these two words together and you have full power, with all one’s strength, and as hard as one can. Remember this one with all your strength!
Just a side note: いっぱい can also be written in kanji, which you'll learn later on! However, in simple words like this one it's usually written in kana.
力 uses the same reading as you learned with the vocabulary. That's because this is basically two separate words stuck together.
to pull with all one's strength
to do one's best
to give a big hug
We did our best!
Please push on the door as hard as you can.
I ran as fast as I could in the relay.