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Arabic translation of push

push

verb
 
/pʊʃ/
A2 to move someone or something by pressing them with your hands or body
يَدْفَع
He pushed me out of the door. Someone pushed him into the river.
B1 to press something
يَضْغَط
If you push this button, your seat will go back.
B1 to move somewhere by moving someone or something away from you
يَدفَع
She pushed through the crowd.
push someone to do something to try hard to make someone do something
يَدفَع شَخصا ما لِفِعل شَيء ما
My parents have always pushed me to do well in school.
push yourself to work very hard in order to achieve something
يَعمل بِجِدّ
She really pushed herself to pass her exams.
push your luck to try too hard to get a particular result and risk losing what you have achieved
يُخاطِر أكثَر
She’s agreed to help on Saturday, but I think I’d be pushing my luck if I asked her to be here the whole weekend.
(Definition of push verb from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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