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The simplest answer is that gravity is the field created by a mass distribution in the spacetime around it; gravitational force is the force exterted by the field on a test mass in the field. The difference is that gravity (the field) is there in absence of a test mass, the gravitational force "exists" only if there is a test mass at the point. From a general-relativistic point of view, "gravity" is the space-time curvature induced by an energy-mass distribution, the "gravitational force" then does not exist, since a test mass will follow a geodetic in the curved space-time.

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