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push (sb) toward(s) sth

phrasal verb with push uk   us   /pʊʃ/ verb
to ​try to do or ​achieve something, or to make someone more ​likely to do or ​achieve something: It is ​hoped that these ​measures will ​push the ​nation towards ​recovery. [+ -ing verb] New ​employmentlaws are ​expected to ​push more women towards ​workingfull-time.
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