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Noun(1) the act of applying force in order to move something away(2) the force used in pushing(3) enterprising or ambitious drive(4) an electrical switch operated by pressing(5) an effort to advance
Verb(1) move with force(2) press, drive, or impel (someone(3) make publicity for; try to sell (a product(4) strive and make an effort to reach a goal(5) press against forcefully without moving(6) approach a certain age or speed(7) exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person; be an advocate for(8) sell or promote the sale of (illegal goods such as drugs(9) move strenuously and with effort(10) make strenuous pushing movements during birth to expel the baby
(1) The soldier in the front, the one who I had cut, growled in rage as I passed and tried to push past Raman.(2) After that the car was so consistent the whole race that I was really able to push hard, until the last 15 laps.(3) The computer is turned on by a long push of either button.(4) The visitors were denied a third goal on 69 minutes when Sills crashed a powerful volley into the roof of the net but his effort was ruled out for an innocuous push .(5) Spitz looked back at the wisecracking Kai and with a little push , Kai was knocked out again.(6) he closed the door with a push(7) There was a push , a punch and another blow then a complaint to the police.(8) The sound can usually be turned off by a button push .(9) The push to downsize the military and privatize functions means government contracts are a growth industry.(10) Go from the acoustic response of a baroque concert hall to that of a 10,000-seat arena or a gothic cathedral with the push of a button.(11) One upcoming promotion will push the redesigned CNN Headline News to the local ad sales community.(12) It attributes this growth to more affluent online shoppers, an ecommerce push by traditional retailers and the aggressive promotion of online stores.(13) Just push open the door and walk straight up to the bar.(14) She used what body parts she could to push herself into sitting position.(15) He noted that the TV station's ratings have responded to recent programming changes, and a strong push of promotion will help even more.(16) As reported in Monday's Evening Press, York Police have launched a new push to remove beggars from York's streets.
1. shove ::
2. advance ::
3. energy ::
4. pushing ::
5. button ::
6. thrust ::
7. shove ::
8. force ::
9. press ::
10. urge ::
11. advertise ::
12. promote ::
13. fight ::
14. bear on ::
15. crowd ::
16. labor ::
Different Formspush, pushed, pusher, pushers, pushes, pushily, pushing, pushy
Word Example from TV Shows
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What do we PUSH if
we feel uncomfortable?
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 19
- All right.
- Now PUSH your third finger...
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 24
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 6
Push me again and I will slit
your tissue open from top to bottom.
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 7
and the ability to destroy a
planet at the PUSH of a button.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 22
English to Welsh Dictionary: push
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