Bedeutung von “propel” — Learner’s Dictionary

propel

verb [ T ] us uk /prəˈpel/ present participle propelling, past tense and past participle propelled
propel sb into/to sth

to make someone do an activity or be in a situation:

The film propelled him to international stardom.

to push or move something somewhere, often with a lot of force:

a rocket propelled through space

(Definition von “propel” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)