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Definición de “push” en inglés

push

verb (MOVE WITH FORCE)    /pʊʃ/
B1 [I or T, usually + adv/prep] to move forcefully, especially in order to cause someone or something that is in your way to move, so that you can go through or past them: Stop pushing - wait your turn. She pushed through the crowd. I'm sorry - I didn't mean to push in front of you. The minister pushed past the waiting journalists, refusing to speak to them. In the final lap of the race, he managed to push (= move strongly) ahead. Weeds push (= grow strongly) up through the cracks in the concrete. They pushed (= forcefully made) their way to the front.Pushing and shoving [I usually + adv/prep] When an army pushes in a particular direction, it moves forward there: The invading troops have pushed further into the north of the country.Advancing and moving forwardAttacking and invading
(Definition of push verb (MOVE WITH FORCE) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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