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Traducción de "push" - Diccionario Inglés-Español

push

verb /puʃ/
to press against something, in order to (try to) move it further away empujar He pushed the door open She pushed him away He pushed against the door with his shoulder The queue can’t move any faster, so stop pushing! I had a good view of the race till someone pushed in front of me. to try to make (someone) do something; to urge on, especially foolishly empujar (a), presionar She pushed him into applying for the job. to sell (drugs) illegally. pasar, traficar push-bike noun (British, informal) a bicycle that does not have a motor. bicicleta pushchair noun (British ) a small wheeled chair for a child, pushed by its mother etc ; stroller(American) cochecito de niño pushover noun a person or team etc who can be easily persuaded or influenced or defeated presa fácil, incauto; (estar) tirado, chupado, ser pan comido He will not give in to pressure – he is not a pushover We won the game so easily – it was a real pushover. be pushed for to be short of; not to have enough of ir un poco justo de, andar un poco escaso de I’m a bit pushed for time. push around phrasal verb to treat roughly tratar mal/brutalmente He pushes his younger brother around. push off phrasal verb to go away largarse, pirarse I wish you’d push off! push on phrasal verb to go on; to continue continuar Push on with your work. push over phrasal verb to cause to fall; to knock down hacer caer, derribar He pushed me over.
(Definition of push from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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