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thrustverb [I or T, usually + adv/prep]

uk   us   /θrʌst/ (thrust, thrust)
to push suddenly and strongly: She thrust the money into his hand. They thrust a microphone in front of me and fired questions at me. She thrust the papers at me (= towards me). The bodyguards thrust past the crowd to get at the cameraman.
Phrasal verbs

thrustnoun

uk   us   /θrʌst/

thrust noun (IDEA)

[S] the main idea, subject, or opinion that is discussed or written about: The main thrust of her argument was that women are compromised by the demands of childcare.

thrust noun (PUSH)

[C] a strong push [U] specialized engineering the driving force produced by, for example, an aircraft engine
Traducciones de “thrust”
in Vietnamese xô mạnh, đẩy mạnh…
en español meter, hincar, abrirse paso…
in Thai ผลัก…
in Malaysian menolak, merodokkan…
en francés enfoncer…
en alemán stoßen…
en chino (tradicionál) 推擠, 刺, 戳…
in Indonesian menusukkan, mendorong…
en chino (simplificado) 推挤, 刺, 戳…
(Definition of thrust from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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