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Definición de “push” en inglés


verb     /pʊʃ/
[I or T] to press a switch or something similar : When I push the ' call ' button , my phone makes a strange noise .
[T] to force someone to move away from a place : Small farmers are saying they have been pushed off their land by the supermarket .
[T] to try hard to make someone do what you want , especially when they do not really want to do it: She feels the sales rep pushed her into buying the vehicle .push sb for sth If we want an answer from them by Friday , I think we're going to have to push them for it.push sb to do sth We had to push them to accept our terms , but they finally agreed to the deal .
push yourself to use a lot of effort and determination to achieve something: You'll never be successful if you don't push yourself.
[T] informal MARKETING to try hard to make people buy something, especially by advertising it repeatedly : We need to really push this product in the spring , ready for the summer season .
be pushed for time to not have much time to do something: If you're pushed for time , we could meet tomorrow instead .
(Definition of push verb from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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