push sth up Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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push sth up

phrasal verb with push
 
 
/pʊʃ/ verb
to make something higher in level or amount: The increase in the price of raw materials has pushed up our costs.
Translations of “push sth up”
in Russian увеличивать, повышать…
in Turkish artırmak, çoğaltmak…
in Polish podwyższać coś…
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