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Turkish translation of “push”

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push

noun
 
 
/pʊʃ/
a push for sth/to do sth a big effort to achieve something or make someone do something
başarmak için itici güç/büyük çaba; yaptırmak; yapmaya zorlamak
a push for higher standards in educationTrying and making an effortEffort and expending energy
MOVEMENT [C] B1 when you move someone or something by pressing them with your hands or body
itiş kakış, itme, itekleme
[usually singular] She gave him a little push towards the door.Pushing and shoving
give sb the push UK informal to get rid of someone from a job or relationship
birini uzaklaştırmak; işten çıkarmak/atmak, yol vermek; (argo) sepetlemek
Firing staff and being firedEnding relationships and divorce
ENCOURAGEMENT [C] encouragement to make someone do something
yüreklendirme, cesaretlendirme, itme
[usually singular] I'm sure he'll go, he just needs a little push that's all.Encouraging and urging onInspiration and inspiring
at a push UK If you can do something at a push, you can do it but it will be difficult.
gerekirse, zorda kalırsak; zorda olsa
Difficult things and peoplePreventing and impeding
Translations of “push”
in Korean 밀기, 누르기…
in Arabic دَفْعة…
in French dynamisme…
in Italian spinta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 推, 推,推動…
in Russian толчок, побуждение…
in Polish pchnięcie, popchnięcie, impuls…
in Spanish empuje, dinamismo, ímpetu…
in Portuguese empurrão…
in German der Schwung…
in Catalan empenta…
in Japanese 押すこと, 押し…
in Chinese (Simplified) 推, 推,推动…
(Definition of push noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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