pushverbuk us /pʊʃ/
push verb (USE PRESSURE)
- Our car broke down and we had to push it off the road.
- Why will supermarket trolleys never move in the direction that you push them?
- I pushed the wheelchair up the ramp and into the supermarket.
- The wind was pushing the boat further and further out to sea.
- If we push the table back against the wall, we'll have more room.
push verb (MOVE WITH FORCE)
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push verb (PERSUADE WITH FORCE)
- I don't think he really wants to go, he's been pushed into it.
- The police have finally pushed her into testifying against him.
- She'll have to push herself if she wants to pass the exam.
- I try not to push my kids too hard, it only puts them off.
- She's pushed her body to the absolute limit and now she's exhausted.
push verb (ADVERTISE)
push verb (SELL DRUGS)
push verb (INTERNET)
pushnounuk us /pʊʃ/
push noun (PRESSURE)
push noun (STRONG MOVEMENT)
push noun (ATTEMPT)
push noun (ENCOURAGEMENT)
push noun (ADVERTISING)