Significado de "push" - Learner’s Dictionary

push

verb us uk /pʊʃ/
You need to push the two pieces together. That's it.Deborah pushed her shoes underneath the bed.She pushed her bag under the table.I gave her a plate of food but she pushed it aside.Inflation keeps pushing prices up.
MOVE SOMETHING [ I, T ]

A2 to move someone or something by pressing them with your hands or body:

She pushed / the books aside and sat down on my desk.
We pushed / the children down the slide.
He pushed / me violently out of the door.
Someone pushed / him into the river.
MOVE YOURSELF [ I, T ]

B1 to move somewhere by moving someone or something away from you:

He pushed past me.
She pushed her way to the front of the crowd.
PRESS [ T ]

B1 to press something:

If you push this button, your seat goes back.
push (sb) for sth/to do sth

B2 to try hard to achieve something or to make someone else do something:

Local residents are pushing for the road to be made safer.
ENCOURAGE [ T ]

to try to make someone do something that they do not want to do:

[ + into + doing sth ] My mother pushed me into having ballet lessons.
push yourself

B2 to make yourself work very hard to achieve something

→ See also push the boat out

(Definición de push verb del Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)