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jostle

verb [I/T]  us   /ˈdʒɑs·əl/
to push against someone in order to move past that person or get more space when you are in a crowd of people: [T] Someone jostled her from behind.
Translations of “jostle”
in Vietnamese xô đẩy…
in Spanish empujar…
in Thai ดัน…
in Malaysian berasak-asak…
in French bousculer, (se) cogner (à)…
in German rempeln…
in Chinese (Traditional) 擠, 推, 撞…
in Indonesian mendorong dengan kasar…
in Russian проталкиваться…
in Turkish kalabalık içinde insanları iterek gidilecek yere ulaşmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 挤, 推, 撞…
in Polish przepychać się, rozpychać się, popychać…
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