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push

 (po͝osh)
v. pushed, push·ing, push·es
v.tr.
1.
a. To apply pressure against (something), especially for the purpose of moving it: pushed the door but couldn't budge it.
b. To move (something) by exerting force against it; thrust or shove: pushed the crate aside.
c. To exert downward pressure on (a button or keyboard, for example); press.
2. To force (one's way): We pushed our way through the crowd.
3. To urge forward or urge insistently; pressure: pushed him to study harder.
4. To extend or enlarge: pushed sales into the millions.
5. Informal To approach in age: is pushing 40 and still hasn't settled down.
6.
a. Informal To promote or sell (a product): The author pushed her latest book by making appearances in bookstores.
b. Slang To sell (a narcotic) illegally: push drugs.
7. Sports To hit (a ball) in the direction toward the dominant hand of the player propelling it, as to the right of a right-handed player.
v.intr.
1. To exert pressure or force against something: winds pushing against the sail.
2. To advance despite difficulty or opposition; press forward: The regiment pushed toward the front line.
3. To advocate or recommend something insistently: pushed for a change in leadership.
4. To expend great or vigorous effort: pushed to finish his paper by the deadline.
n.
1.
a. The act of pushing; a thrust: gave the door a push.
b. The act of pressing: with a push of the button.
2. A vigorous or insistent effort toward an end; a drive: a push to reform health care.
3. A provocation to action; a stimulus: has artistic talent but needs a push to get started.
4. Informal Persevering energy; enterprise: doesn't have the push to get the job done.
Phrasal Verbs:
push around Informal
To treat or threaten to treat roughly; intimidate.
push off Informal
To set out; depart: The infantry patrol pushed off before dawn.
push on
To continue or proceed along one's way: The path was barely visible, but we pushed on.
Idioms:
push paper Informal
To have one's time taken up by administrative, often seemingly petty, paperwork: spent the afternoon pushing paper for the boss.
push up daisies Slang
To be dead and buried: a cemetery of heroes pushing up daisies.
when/if push comes to shove
At a point when the situation must be confronted and dealt with: When push comes to shove, we'll have to move to a cheaper place.

[Middle English pushen, from Old French pousser, from Latin pulsāre, frequentative of pellere, to strike, push; see pel- in Indo-European roots.]
Synonyms: push, propel, shove, thrust
These verbs mean to press against something in order to move it forward or aside: push a baby carriage; wind propelling a sailboat; shove a tray across a table; thrust the package into her hand.
Antonym: pull

push

(pʊʃ)
vb
1. (when: tr, often foll by off, away, etc) to apply steady force to (something) in order to move it
2. to thrust (one's way) through something, such as a crowd, by force
3. (when: intr,often foll by for) to apply oneself vigorously (to achieving a task, plan, etc)
4. (tr) to encourage or urge (a person) to some action, decision, etc
5. (when: intr,often foll by for) to be an advocate or promoter (of): to push for acceptance of one's theories.
6. (tr) to use one's influence to help (a person): to push one's own candidate.
7. to bear upon (oneself or another person) in order to achieve more effort, better results, etc: she was a woman who liked to push her husband.
8.
a. (tr) to take undue risks, esp through overconfidence, thus risking failure: to push one's luck.
b. (intr) to act overconfidently
9. (General Sporting Terms) sport to hit (a ball) with a stiff pushing stroke
10. (tr) informal to sell (narcotic drugs) illegally
11. (intr; foll by out, into, etc) (esp of geographical features) to reach or extend: the cliffs pushed out to the sea.
12. (Photography) (tr) to overdevelop (a photographic film), usually by the equivalent of up to two stops, to compensate for underexposure or increase contrast
13. push up daisies push up the daisies slang to be dead and buried
n
14. the act of pushing; thrust
15. a part or device that is pressed to operate some mechanism
16. informal ambitious or enterprising drive, energy, etc
17. informal a special effort or attempt to advance, as of an army in a war: to make a push.
18. informal a number of people gathered in one place, such as at a party
19. slang Austral a group or gang, esp one considered to be a clique
20. (General Sporting Terms) sport a stiff pushing stroke
21. at a push informal with difficulty; only just
22. the push informal chiefly Brit dismissal, esp from employment
23. when push comes to shove informal when matters become critical; when a decision needs to be made
[C13: from Old French pousser, from Latin pulsāre, from pellere to drive]

push

(pʊʃ)

v.t.
1. to press against (a thing) with force in order to move it away.
2. to move (something) in a specified way by exerting force: to push the door open.
3. to accomplish by pushing: to push one's way through a crowd.
4. to cause to extend or project; thrust.
5. to urge to some action or course: His parents pushed him to get a job.
6. to press (an action, proposal, etc.) with energy and insistence: to push a bill through Congress.
7. to carry (an action or thing) toward a conclusion or completion.
8. to press the adoption, use, sale, etc., of: to push inferior merchandise.
9. to press or bear hard upon: to push a witness for an answer.
10. to cause difficulties because of a specified lack (usu. fol. by for): I'm pushed for time.
11. Slang. to peddle (illicit drugs).
12. Informal. to be approaching a specified age, speed, etc.
v.i.
13. to exert a thrusting force upon something.
14. to proceed by shoving.
15. to make one's way with effort or persistence.
16. to extend or project.
17. to put forth vigorous or persistent efforts: to push for repeal of a bill.
18. Slang. to sell illicit drugs.
19. to move on being pushed.
20. push around, to intimidate or bully.
21. push off, Informal. to go away; depart.
22. push on, to proceed; press forward.
n.
23. the act of pushing; a shove or thrust.
24. a vigorous effort or campaign.
25. a vigorous and determined advance or military attack.
26. the pressure of circumstances, activities, etc.
27. Informal. persevering energy; enterprise.
28. Informal. a crowd or company of people.
Idioms:
when or if push comes to shove, when or if a problem must finally be faced; in a crucial situation.
[1250–1300; Middle English pushen, poshen, posson (v.) < Middle French pousser, Old French po(u)lser < Latin pulsāre. See pulsate]

Push

 a press; a throng; a crowd; a moving school or shoal of fish, 1878.
Examples: push of convicts (Australian), 1890; of Larrikins (Australian for convicts), 1890; of men, 1866; of people, 1718; of water, 1886.

push


Past participle: pushed
Gerund: pushing

Imperative
push
push
Present
I push
you push
he/she/it pushes
we push
you push
they push
Preterite
I pushed
you pushed
he/she/it pushed
we pushed
you pushed
they pushed
Present Continuous
I am pushing
you are pushing
he/she/it is pushing
we are pushing
you are pushing
they are pushing
Present Perfect
I have pushed
you have pushed
he/she/it has pushed
we have pushed
you have pushed
they have pushed
Past Continuous
I was pushing
you were pushing
he/she/it was pushing
we were pushing
you were pushing
they were pushing
Past Perfect
I had pushed
you had pushed
he/she/it had pushed
we had pushed
you had pushed
they had pushed
Future
I will push
you will push
he/she/it will push
we will push
you will push
they will push
Future Perfect
I will have pushed
you will have pushed
he/she/it will have pushed
we will have pushed
you will have pushed
they will have pushed
Future Continuous
I will be pushing
you will be pushing
he/she/it will be pushing
we will be pushing
you will be pushing
they will be pushing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pushing
you have been pushing
he/she/it has been pushing
we have been pushing
you have been pushing
they have been pushing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pushing
you will have been pushing
he/she/it will have been pushing
we will have been pushing
you will have been pushing
they will have been pushing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pushing
you had been pushing
he/she/it had been pushing
we had been pushing
you had been pushing
they had been pushing
Conditional
I would push
you would push
he/she/it would push
we would push
you would push
they would push
Past Conditional
I would have pushed
you would have pushed
he/she/it would have pushed
we would have pushed
you would have pushed
they would have pushed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.push - the act of applying force in order to move something awaypush - the act of applying force in order to move something away; "he gave the door a hard push"; "the pushing is good exercise"
actuation, propulsion - the act of propelling
depression - pushing down; "depression of the space bar on the typewriter"
nudge, jog - a slight push or shake
pressing, pressure, press - the act of pressing; the exertion of pressure; "he gave the button a press"; "he used pressure to stop the bleeding"; "at the pressing of a button"
shove - the act of shoving (giving a push to someone or something); "he gave the door a shove"
boost - the act of giving a push; "he gave her a boost over the fence"
2.push - the force used in pushingpush - the force used in pushing; "the push of the water on the walls of the tank"; "the thrust of the jet engines"
force - (physics) the influence that produces a change in a physical quantity; "force equals mass times acceleration"
3.push - enterprising or ambitious drive; "Europeans often laugh at American energy"
drive - the trait of being highly motivated; "his drive and energy exhausted his co-workers"
second wind - renewed energy or strength to continue an undertaking; "She had dinner and got a second wind to finish painting"; "the employers, initially taken by surprise at the pace of developments, regained their second wind"
4.push - an electrical switch operated by pressingpush - an electrical switch operated by pressing; "the elevator was operated by push buttons"; "the push beside the bed operated a buzzer at the desk"
bell push - a button that is pushed to ring a bell
buzzer, doorbell, bell - a push button at an outer door that gives a ringing or buzzing signal when pushed
horn button - a button that you press to activate the horn of an automobile
mouse button - a push button on the mouse
panic button - a button to push in order to summon help in case of an emergency; "the circuit is operated by a panic button"; "when he saw that I was angry he hit the panic button"
push-button radio - a radio receiver that can be tuned by pressing buttons
reset button - a push button that you press to activate the reset mechanism
electric switch, electrical switch, switch - control consisting of a mechanical or electrical or electronic device for making or breaking or changing the connections in a circuit
5.push - an effort to advance; "the army made a push toward the sea"
forward motion, onward motion, advancement, progress, progression, procession, advance - the act of moving forward (as toward a goal)
Verb1.push - move with force, "He pushed the table into a corner"
nudge, poke at, prod - to push against gently; "She nudged my elbow when she saw her friend enter the restaurant"
push, press - make strenuous pushing movements during birth to expel the baby; "`Now push hard,' said the doctor to the woman"
force back, push back, repel, beat back, repulse, drive - cause to move back by force or influence; "repel the enemy"; "push back the urge to smoke"; "beat back the invaders"
shove - push roughly; "the people pushed and shoved to get in line"
flick, jerk - throw or toss with a quick motion; "flick a piece of paper across the table"; "jerk his head"
move, displace - cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense; "Move those boxes into the corner, please"; "I'm moving my money to another bank"; "The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant"
shove, jostle - come into rough contact with while moving; "The passengers jostled each other in the overcrowded train"
push - press against forcefully without moving; "she pushed against the wall with all her strength"
nose - push or move with the nose
obtrude, push out, thrust out - push to thrust outward
push aside, push away - push out of the way
muscle into - force one's way; "He muscled into the union"
push up - push upward
thrust - push forcefully; "He thrust his chin forward"
drive - urge forward; "drive the cows into the barn"
jam - push down forcibly; "The driver jammed the brake pedal to the floor"
stuff, thrust, shove, squeeze - press or force; "Stuff money into an envelope"; "She thrust the letter into his hand"
topple, tumble, tip - cause to topple or tumble by pushing
draw, pull, force - cause to move by pulling; "draw a wagon"; "pull a sled"
2.push - press, drive, or impel (someone) to action or completion of an action; "He pushed her to finish her doctorate"
urge, urge on, exhort, press - force or impel in an indicated direction; "I urged him to finish his studies"
nudge - push into action by pestering or annoying gently
bull, bull through - push or force; "He bulled through his demands"
labor, labour, tug, push, drive - strive and make an effort to reach a goal; "She tugged for years to make a decent living"; "We have to push a little to make the deadline!"; "She is driving away at her doctoral thesis"
3.push - make publicity forpush - make publicity for; try to sell (a product); "The salesman is aggressively pushing the new computer model"; "The company is heavily advertizing their new laptops"
praise - express approval of; "The parents praised their children for their academic performance"
propagandise, propagandize - spread by propaganda
plug - make a plug for; praise the qualities or in order to sell or promote
bill - advertise especially by posters or placards; "He was billed as the greatest tenor since Caruso"
crusade, campaign, agitate, fight, push, press - 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; "The liberal party pushed for reforms"; "She is crusading for women's rights"; "The Dean is pushing for his favorite candidate"
4.push - strive and make an effort to reach a goalpush - strive and make an effort to reach a goal; "She tugged for years to make a decent living"; "We have to push a little to make the deadline!"; "She is driving away at her doctoral thesis"
push, bear on - press, drive, or impel (someone) to action or completion of an action; "He pushed her to finish her doctorate"
strain, strive, reach - to exert much effort or energy; "straining our ears to hear"
struggle, fight - make a strenuous or labored effort; "She struggled for years to survive without welfare"; "He fought for breath"
plough on, press on, push on - continue moving forward
5.push - press against forcefully without moving; "she pushed against the wall with all her strength"
press - exert pressure or force to or upon; "He pressed down on the boards"; "press your thumb on this spot"
push, force - move with force, "He pushed the table into a corner"
push - move strenuously and with effort; "The crowd pushed forward"
6.push - approach a certain age or speed; "She is pushing fifty"
approach, draw near, near, come near, come on, draw close, go up - move towards; "We were approaching our destination"; "They are drawing near"; "The enemy army came nearer and nearer"
7.push - exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or personpush - 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; "The liberal party pushed for reforms"; "She is crusading for women's rights"; "The Dean is pushing for his favorite candidate"
advertize, advertise, promote, push - make publicity for; try to sell (a product); "The salesman is aggressively pushing the new computer model"; "The company is heavily advertizing their new laptops"
8.push - sell or promote the sale of (illegal goods such as drugs); "The guy hanging around the school is pushing drugs"
crime, criminal offence, criminal offense, law-breaking, offense, offence - (criminal law) an act punishable by law; usually considered an evil act; "a long record of crimes"
sell, trade, deal - do business; offer for sale as for one's livelihood; "She deals in gold"; "The brothers sell shoes"
9.push - move strenuously and with effort; "The crowd pushed forward"
go, locomote, move, travel - change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically; "How fast does your new car go?"; "We travelled from Rome to Naples by bus"; "The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect"; "The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell"; "news travelled fast"
push - press against forcefully without moving; "she pushed against the wall with all her strength"
10.push - make strenuous pushing movements during birth to expel the baby; "`Now push hard,' said the doctor to the woman"
push, force - move with force, "He pushed the table into a corner"

push

verb
2. press, operate, depress, squeeze, activate, hold down He got into the lift and pushed the button for the second floor.
3. make or force your way, move, shoulder, inch, squeeze, thrust, elbow, shove, jostle, work your way, thread your way I pushed through the crowds and on to the escalator.
4. advance, progress, proceed, go on, go ahead, go forward, press on, make inroads, move onward The army may push southwards into the Kurdish areas.
5. urge, encourage, persuade, spur, drive, press, influence, prod, constrain, incite, coerce, egg on, impel, browbeat, exert influence on Her parents kept her in school and pushed her to study.
urge discourage, deter, put off, dissuade
6. promote, advertise, hype, publicize, boost, plug (informal), puff, make known, propagandize, cry up Advertisers often use scientific doublespeak to push their products.
7. sell, supply, deal in, peddle, traffic in She was accused of pushing drugs.
noun
1. shove, thrust, butt, elbow, poke, nudge, prod, jolt He gave me a sharp push.
shove pull, tug, jerk, yank
2. (Informal) effort, charge, attack, campaign, advance, assault, raid, offensive, sally, thrust, blitz, onset All that was needed was one final push, and the enemy would be vanquished once and for all.
3. (Informal) drive, go (informal), energy, initiative, enterprise, ambition, determination, pep, vitality, vigour, dynamism, welly (slang), get-up-and-go (informal), gumption (informal) He lacked the push to succeed in his chosen vocation.
push for something demand, champion, call for, campaign for, urge, request, advocate, insist on, press for, lobby for, espouse, clamour for, drum up support for They intend to push for greater political autonomy.
push off (Informal) go away, leave, get lost (informal), clear off (informal), take off (informal), depart, beat it (slang), light out (informal), hit the road (slang), hook it (slang), slope off, pack your bags (informal), make tracks, buzz off (informal), hop it (informal), shove off (informal), bog off (Brit. slang), skedaddle (informal), naff off (informal), be off with you, sling your hook (informal), make yourself scarce (informal), voetsek (S. African offensive) Do me a favour and push off, will you?
push on continue (your journey), go on, advance, progress, proceed, carry on, press on, push forward, forge ahead Although the journey was a long and lonely one, he pushed on.
push someone around bully, intimidate, pick on, tread on, trample on, browbeat, ride roughshod over, domineer, boss about or around He thinks he can just push people around.
push something forward speed (up), advance, promote, accelerate, forward, rush, assist, hurry, facilitate, hasten, precipitate, quicken, fast-track, expedite, gee up They will use their influence to push forward the peace process.
the push (Informal, chiefly Brit.) dismissal, the sack (informal), discharge, the boot (slang), your cards (informal), your books (informal), marching orders (informal), the kiss-off (slang, chiefly U.S. & Canad.), the (old) heave-ho (informal), the order of the boot (slang) Two cabinet ministers also got the push.

push

verb
1. To exert pressure:
2. To force to move or advance with or as if with blows or pressure:
3. To cause to stick out:
4. To force one's way into a place or situation:
Informal: muscle.
5. To do or achieve by forcing obstacles out of one's way:
6. Slang. To make known vigorously the positive features of (a product):
Informal: pitch, plug.
7. Slang. To engage in the illicit sale of (narcotics):
phrasal verb
push off
Informal. To move or proceed away from a place:
Informal: cut out, shove off.
Slang: blow, split, take off.
phrasal verb
push on
To move along a particular course:
noun
1. An act or instance of using force so as to propel ahead:
2. An organized effort to accomplish a purpose:
3. Something that causes and encourages a given response:
4. Informal. An aggressive readiness along with energy to undertake taxing efforts:
Translations
يَدْفَعدَفْعَهنَشاط، عَزيمَهيَحُث
tlačitúderdohnatenergienáraz
skubbemase sig igennempressepusheskub
työntää
gurati
tolkábítószerrel üzletellökmegtolnyomul
orka og ákveînireka á eftirseljaÿta/òrÿsta á; ryîjastÿting; hrinding
押す
...을 밀다
pellere
atstotieiti šalinprakišinėtiprasistumtiprekiauti
enerģijagrūdiensgrūstmērķtiecībapagrūst
apăsaîmpinge
predávať načierno
porivpotisnitipritiskpritisniti
skjuta
ผลัก
itmekkararlılıkpiyasaya kaçak mal sürmeksıkıştırmakzorlamak
đẩy

push

[pʊʃ]
A. N
1. (= shove) → empujón m
with one pushde un empujón
the car needs a pushhay que empujar el coche
at the push of a buttoncon sólo apretar or pulsar un botón
to give sth/sb a pushdar a algo/algn un empujón
2. (Brit)
to get the push he got the push [worker] → lo pusieron de patitas en la calle, lo echaron; [lover] → ella lo plantó, ella lo dejó
to give sb the push [+ worker] → poner a algn de patitas en la calle, echar a algn; [+ lover] → plantar a algn, dejar a algn
3. (= effort) → esfuerzo m
in its push for economic growthen su esfuerzo por desarrollar la economía ...
4. (= encouragement) → empujoncito m
we need a push to take the first stepnecesitamos un empujoncito para dar el primer paso
5. (Mil) (= offensive) → ofensiva f
the allied push into occupied Kuwaitla ofensiva de los aliados en la zona ocupada de Kuwait
6.
at a pusha duras penas
if or when it comes to the pushen último caso, en el peor de los casos
when push comes to shovea la hora de la verdad
7. (= dynamism) → dinamismo m, empuje m, energía f
he's got no pushno tiene empuje, le falta energía
he's a man with plenty of pushes hombre de empuje
B. VT
1. (= shove, move by pushing) → empujar
don't push me!¡no me empujes!
to push sb against a wallempujar a algn contra una pared
she pushed him down the stairslo empujó escaleras abajo
to push sb into a roomhacer entrar a algn en una habitación de un empujón
to push a car into the garageempujar un coche dentro del garaje
to push one's finger into a holeintroducir el dedo en un agujero
he pushed the book into my handme metió el libro en la mano
to push sb off the pavementechar a algn de la acera a empujones
he pushed the books off the tabletiró los libros de la mesa de un empujón
they pushed the car off the cliffempujaron el coche por el acantilado
to push a door open/shutabrir/cerrar una puerta empujándola or de un empujón
he pushed the thought to the back of his mindintentó quitárselo de la cabeza
to push one's way through the crowdabrirse paso a empujones por la multitud
he pushed his head in through the windowmetió la cabeza por la ventana
he pushed the box under the tableempujó or metió la caja debajo de la mesa
2. (= press) [+ button etc] → apretar, pulsar
3. (fig)
3.1. (= press, advance) [+ trade] → fomentar; [+ product] → promover
to push home one's advantageaprovechar la ventaja
don't push your luck!¡no te pases!, ¡no desafíes a la suerte!
3.2. (= put pressure on) when we pushed her, she explained it allcuando la presionamos, nos lo explicó todo
don't push her too farno te pases con ella
to push sb for paymentejercer presión sobre algn para que pague
to push sb into doing sthobligar a algn a hacer algo
I was pushed into itme obligaron a ello
that's pushing it a biteso es pasarse un poco, eso es demasiado
to push o.s. (in exercise, work etc) → esforzarse
to be pushed for time/moneyandar justo de tiempo/escaso de dinero
to push sb to do sthpresionar a algn para que haga algo
we'll be (hard) pushed to finish ittendremos grandes dificultades para terminarlo
4. [+ drugs] → pasar
5. he's pushing 50raya en los 50
C. VI
1. (= press) → empujar
don't push!¡no empujes!
"push" (on door) → empujar; (on bell) → pulsar
he pushed past mepasó por mi lado dándome un empujón
she pushed through the crowdse abrió paso entre la multitud a empujones
2. (fig) (= make demands) he pushes too muchinsiste demasiado
they're pushing for better conditionshacen campaña para mejorar sus condiciones (de trabajo)
3. (Mil) → avanzar
to push into enemy territoryavanzar en territorio enemigo
push about push around VT + ADV (fig) (= bully) → intimidar
he's not one to be pushed aroundno se deja intimidar, no se deja mandonear
he likes pushing people aroundle gusta mandonear, le gusta dar órdenes a la gente
push ahead VI + ADV (= make progress) → seguir adelante
to push ahead with a planseguir adelante con un proyecto
push along
A. VT + ADV
1. [+ object] → empujar
2. [+ work] → acelerar, agilizar
B. VI + ADV (= leave) → marcharse
push aside VT + ADV [+ person, chair] → apartar, hacer a un lado (fig) [+ objection, suggestion] → hacer caso omiso de
push at VI + PREP [+ door etc] → empujar
push away VT + ADV [+ plate] → apartar; [+ person] → apartar a un lado; (more violently) → apartar de un empujón
push back VT + ADV [+ hair etc] → echar hacia atrás; [+ enemy, crowd] → hacer retroceder
he's pushing back the frontiers of knowledgeestá ampliando las fronteras del saber
push down
A. VI + ADV (= press down) → apretar
B. VT + ADV
1. (= press down) → apretar
2. (= knock over) → derribar
3. (fig) [+ prices, value] → hacer bajar
push forward
A. VI + ADV
1. (Mil) → avanzar
2. to push forward with a planseguir adelante con un proyecto
B. VT + ADV [+ person, object] → empujar hacia adelante; [+ plan, work] → llevar adelante
he tends to push himself forward (fig) → suele hacerse notar
push in
A. VT + ADV
1. [+ screw etc] → introducir (a la fuerza)
2. (= break) [+ window, door] → romper
3. [+ person] (in lake etc) → empujar al agua
B. VI + ADV
1. (in queue) → colarse
2. (fig) (= interfere) → entrometerse
push off
A. VT + ADV
1. [+ top etc] → quitar a la fuerza; [+ person] (off wall etc) → hacer caer; [+ object] (involuntarily) → tirar; (intentionally) → hacer caer
2. (Naut) → desatracar
B. VI + ADV
1. (Naut) → desatracarse
2. (= leave) → marcharse
push off!¡lárgate!
3. the top pushes offla tapa se quita empujando
push on
A. VI + ADV (= carry on) → continuar; (on journey) → seguir adelante
to push on with sthcontinuar con algo
we pushed on to the campseguimos hasta el campamento
they pushed on another five kmavanzaron cinco km más
it's time we were pushing ones hora de ponernos en camino
B. VT + ADV
1. [+ lid etc] → poner a la fuerza
2. (fig) (= incite, urge on) → animar, alentar
push out
A. VT + ADV
1. (of room, house) → echar a empujones; (of car) → sacar a empujones
2. (fig) [+ employee, member] → echar, expulsar
3. [+ tentacle etc] → sacar, extender
4. (= produce) [+ information, products] → producir
5. (Naut) [+ boat] → desatracar
B. VI + ADV [root etc] → extenderse
push over VT + ADV
1. (= cause to fall) → hacer caer, derribar
2. (= knock over) [+ chair, table] → volcar
push through
A. VT + ADV
1. (through door, hole) → introducir, meter
I pushed my way throughme abrí paso a empujones
2. (= get done quickly) [+ deal] → expeditar, apresurar (Parl) [+ bill] → hacer aprobar
B. VT + PREP
1. (lit) he pushed me through the doorme hizo entrar/salir (por la puerta) de un empujón
he pushed his hand through the barssacó la mano por entre los barrotes
to push one's way through the crowdabrirse paso a empujones entre la multitud
2. (Parl) the government pushed the bill through Parliamentel gobierno hizo que el parlamento aprobara el proyecto de ley
C. VI + ADV [plant] → abrirse paso
D. VI + PREP (through crowd) → abrirse paso por
push to VT + ADV [+ door] → cerrar
push up VT + ADV
1. [+ lever, window] → levantar, subir
see also daisy A
2. (fig) (= raise, increase) [+ price, value] → hacer subir

push

[ˈpʊʃ]
n
(= shove) → poussée f
to give sb/sth a push → pousser qn/qch
He gave the sledge a push down the slope → Il poussa le traîneau en bas de la pente.
at the push of a button → par simple pression sur un bouton
(= effort) → coup m de collier
We need just one more push → Il nous faut juste donner un dernier coup de collier.
a marketing push → un effort de marketing
The company is preparing for a huge marketing push → La compagnie se prépare à un énorme effort de marketing.
a push to do sth → un effort pour faire qch
a push for sth → une poussée vers qch
a push for reform → une poussée vers la réforme
at a push → à la limite, à la rigueur
(British) (= dismissal) to get the push → être viré(e)
to give sb the push → virer qn
vt
(= shove, thrust) [+ person, door] → pousser (= cause to move forwards) [+ pram, trolley, car] → pousser
to push sb out of the way → écarter qn d'une bourrade
to push sth out of the way → écarter qch
to push a door open → pousser une porte pour l'ouvrir
to push a door shut → pousser une porte pour la fermer
to push sth into sth → enfoncer qch dans qch
He pushed his hand into his pocket → Il enfonça sa main dans sa poche.
He pushed his feet into his boots → Ils enfonça ses pieds dans ses bottes.
to push sb into a room → pousser qn dans une pièce
to push one's way towards sb/sth → se frayer un chemin jusqu'à qn/qch
to push o.s. to one's feet → se hisser sur ses pieds
(= press on) [+ button, doorbell, buzzer] → appuyer sur
(= advance, promote) [+ idea, argument, one's views] → promouvoir; [+ product, project] → promouvoir
to push the case for sth → plaider qch
They will push the case for reopening the factory → Ils plaideront la réouverture de l'usine.
(= pressurize) [+ person] → pousser
to push sb to do sth → pousser qn à faire qch
My parents are pushing me to go to university → Mes parents me poussent à entrer à l'université.
to push sb into doing sth → pousser qn à faire qch
to push o.s. → se donner
to push o.s. to the limit → se pousser à bout
see also pushed
[+ drugs, cocaine] → revendre
(with ages) to be pushing fifty → friser la cinquantaine
He's pushing forty → Il frise la quarantaine.
vi
(= shove) → pousser
Don't push! → Arrêtez de pousser!
to push into a room → faire irruption dans une pièce
to push forward [person] → se frayer un chemin
(= press) (on bell, button)appuyer
"Push" (on door)"Pousser"; (on bell)"Appuyer"
push ahead
vi
to push ahead with sth [+ plans, policies] → poursuivre qch
push around
vt sep (= pressurize, bully) [+ person] → bousculer
He likes pushing people around → Il aime bien bousculer les gens.
push aside
vt sep [+ thought, idea, issue] → écarter
push back
vt sep
[+ object] → reculer; [+ one's hair] → ramener en arrière
to push back the boundaries → repousser les limites
They have pushed back the boundaries of medical research → Ils ont repoussé les limites de la recherche médicale.
push forward
= push ahead
push down
vt sep [+ prices, costs, interest rates] → tirer vers le bas
New technology and deregulation are pushing down the prices of many goods and services → Les nouvelles technologies et la dérégulation ont tiré vers le bas les prix de nombreux produits et services.
push for
vt fus [+ better pay, conditions] → réclamer
push in
vi [person] (into queue)forcer le passage
push off
vi (= leave) → ficher le camp
push off! → fiche le camp!
push on
vi (= continue) → pousser plus avant
to push on with sth → avancer avec qch
I've got to push on with this file → Il faut que j'avance avec ce fichier.
push over
vt sep [+ object] → renverser; [+ person] → faire tomber
push through
vt sep
to push one's way through → se frayer un chemin, se frayer un passage
I pushed my way through → Je me suis frayé un passage.
to push one's way through the crowd → se frayer un chemin dans la foule, se frayer un passage dans la foule
vi
(= cause to be accepted) [+ measure, legislation] → faire voter
[person] (through a crowd)se frayer un chemin, se frayer un passage
push up
vt sep [+ total, prices, rate] → faire monterpush-bike [ˈpʊʃbaɪk] n (British)vélo mpush-button [ˈpʊʃbʌtən] adj [machine] → à commande automatique; [telephone] → à touches

push

n
Schubs m (inf); (short) → Stoß m; (in childbirth) → Drücken nt no pl; to give somebody/something a pushjdn/etw schieben, jdm/einer Sache einen Stoß versetzen; to give a car a pusheinen Wagen anschieben; he needs a little push now and then (fig)den muss man mal ab und zu in die Rippen stoßen (inf); to get the push (Brit inf) (employee)(raus)fliegen (inf)(from aus); (boyfriend)den Laufpass kriegen (inf); to give somebody the push (Brit inf, employee) → jdn rausschmeißen (inf); boyfriendjdm den Laufpass geben (inf)
(= effort)Anstrengung f; (= sales push)Kampagne f, → Aktion f; (Mil: = offensive) → Offensive f; to make a pushsich ranhalten (inf), → Dampf machen (inf); (Mil) → eine Offensive starten; let’s make a push to get it finishedhalten wir uns ran, damit wir fertig werden (inf); to have a push on saleseine Verkaufskampagne führen
(= drive, aggression)Durchsetzungsvermögen nt
(inf) at a pushnotfalls, im Notfall; if/when it comes to the pushwenn es darauf ankommt; if/when push comes to shovewenn der schlimmste Fall eintritt
vt
(= shove, move by pushing)schieben; (quickly, violently) → stoßen, schubsen (inf); (= press) button, controlsdrücken; to push a door open/shuteine Tür auf-/zuschieben; (quickly, violently) → eine Tür auf-/zustoßen; he pushed the book into my hander drückte mir das Buch in die Hand; to push a car to get it startedeinen Wagen anschieben; he pushed his way through the crowder drängte sich durch die Menge; he pushed the thought to the back of his minder schob den Gedanken beiseite; he pushed the ball over the bar (Sport) → er hat den Ball über die Latte gestoßen
(fig) views, claims, interestsdurchzusetzen versuchen; candidatedie Werbetrommel rühren für; export sideintensiv fördern; productpropagieren, massiv Werbung machen für, puschen (inf), → puschen (inf); drugsschieben, pushen (inf); to push home one’s advantageseinen Vorteil ausnützen; the speaker pushed home his pointsder Sprecher machte nachdrücklich seinen Standpunkt klar; don’t push your lucktreibs nicht zu weit!; he’s pushing his luck trying to do thater legt es wirklich darauf an, wenn er das versucht; he must be pushing 70 (inf)er muss auf die 70 zugehen
(fig: = put pressure on) → drängen, drängeln (inf); athlete, pupil, employeeantreiben; to push somebody into doing somethingjdn dazu treiben, etw zu tun; to push somebody to do somethingjdn dazu drängen, etw zu tun; to push somebody for paymentjdn zum Zahlen drängen; don’t push him so hard to make a decisiondrängen or drängeln (inf)Sie ihn nicht zu sehr zu einer Entscheidung; they pushed him to the limitssie trieben ihn bis an seine Grenzen; that’s pushing it a bit (inf)das ist ein bisschen übertrieben; to be pushed (for time) (inf)mit der Zeit knapp dran sein, unter Zeitdruck stehen; to be pushed (for money) (inf)knapp bei Kasse sein (inf); to push oneself hardsich schinden; push it! (US inf) → leg dich ins Zeug! (inf)
vi
(= shove)schieben; (quickly, violently) → stoßen; (= press, also in childbirth)drücken; (in a crowd) → drängen, drängeln (inf); (= press onward)sich (vorwärts)kämpfen; (fig: = be ambitious, assert oneself) → kämpfen; (= apply pressure)drängen, drängeln (inf); “push” (on door) → „drücken“; (on bell) → „klingeln“; push harder!fester schieben/stoßen/drücken!; he pushes too much (fig)er ist zu aggressiv
this door pushes (open)bei dieser Tür muss man drücken

push

:
pushback
n (Aviat) → Zurückstoßen nt, → Zurückschieben nt; to be ready for pushstartklar sein
pushball
n (esp US) → Pushball m
pushbar
nRiegel m
push-bike
n (dated Brit) → Fahrrad nt
push-button
nDrucktaste f, → Druckknopf m; push controlsDruckknopfsteuerung f; push radioRadio ntmit Drucktasten; push telephoneTastentelefon nt; push warfareKrieg mauf Knopfdruck
pushcart
n(Hand)karren m
pushchair
n (Brit) → Sportwagen m

push

:
push-off
n (inf)Anfang m, → Start m
pushover
n (inf) (= job etc)Kinderspiel nt; (= match also)Geschenk nt (inf); (= person)leichtes Opfer; he’s a push for a pretty facebei einem hübschen Gesicht wird er schwach
pushpin
n (esp US) → Pin-Nagel m
push-pull
adj (Elec) → Gegentakt-; push circuitGegentaktschaltung f
pushrod
n (Mech) → Stößelstange f
push-start
vt caranschieben
n to give a car a pushein Auto anschieben
push-up
n (US) → Liegestütz m
push-up bra
nPush-up-BH m

push

[pʊʃ]
1. n
a. (shove) → spinta, spintone m
to give sb/sth a push → dare una spinta a qn/qc
to give sb the push (Brit) (fam) → dare il benservito a qn
b. (drive, aggression) → iniziativa, energia
c. (effort) → grande sforzo (Mil) (offensive) → offensiva
d. (fam) at a pushin caso di necessità
if or when it comes to the push → al momento critico
2. vt
a. (shove, move by pushing) → spingere; (press, button) → schiacciare, premere
to push a door open/shut → aprire/chiudere una porta con una spinta or spingendola
he pushed it into my hands → me lo ha cacciato in mano
the accident pushed everything else out of my mind → l'incidente mi ha fatto dimenticare tutto il resto
b. (fig) (press, advance, views) → imporre; (claim) → far valere; (product) → spingere le vendite di; (candidate) → appoggiare
to push home an advantage → sfruttare a fondo un vantaggio
to push home an attack → portare a conclusione un attacco
to push drugs → spacciare droga
don't push your luck! (fam) → non sfidare la fortuna!
c. (fig) (put pressure on) to push sb into doing sthcostringere qn a fare qc
to push sb to do sth → spingere qn a fare qc
don't push her too far → non esigere troppo da lei
that's pushing it a bit (fam) → è un po' troppo
to be pushed for time/money → essere a corto di tempo/soldi
I'm hard pushed to understand how ... → mi riesce difficile capire come...
I'm really pushed today → oggi non ho un minuto di tempo
3. vispingere
to push for (better pay, conditions) → fare pressione per ottenere
to push past sb → spingere qn per passare
to push into a room → entrare in una stanza facendosi largo
"push" (on door) → "spingere" (on bell) → "suonare"
push about push around vt + adv (fig) (fam) (bully) → fare il prepotente con
push ahead vi + adv to push ahead (with sth)andare avanti (con qc)
push aside vt + advspingere da parte, scostare (fig) (suggestions) → scartare; (problems) → accantonare
push away vt + advrespingere
push back vt + adv (blankets) → spingere via, buttare all'indietro; (curtains) → aprire; (lock of hair) → ricacciare all'indietro; (enemy forces) → respingere
push down
1. vi + adv to push down onschiacciare, premere
2. vt + adv (switch, knob) → abbassare, tirare giù; (knock over, fence, person) → buttare giù
push forward
1. vi + adv (Mil) → avanzare
2. vt + advspingere in avanti
he tends to push himself forward (fig) → cerca sempre di mettersi in mostra
push in
1. vt + adv
a. (person) → spingere dentro; (stick, rag, into hole) → ficcare dentro, cacciare dentro
to push sb in(to) the water → spingere qn in acqua
she pushed her way in → è entrata facendosi largo
b. (break, door) → sfondare
2. vi + advintrodursi a forza
push off
1. vt + adv (gen) → buttare giù; (lid, top) → spingere via
he pushed me off the wall → mi ha spinto giù dal muretto
2. vi + adv
a. (in boat) → prendere il largo
b. (fam) (leave) → filare, smammare
push on
1. vi + adv (with journey) → continuare; (with job) → perseverare
2. vt + adv (fig) (incite, urge on) → spronare, spingere
push out vt + adv (car, person) → spingere fuori; (cork) → far uscire
push over vt + adv
a. (over cliff) → spingere giù
to push sth over the edge → spingere qc oltre il bordo
b. (knock over) → far cadere
push through
1. vt + adv
a. (gen) → spingere dall'altra parte
to push one's way through → farsi largo
b. (force acceptance of, decision) → far accettare (Parliament) (bill) → riuscire a far votare
2. vi + advfarsi strada, farsi largo; (troops) → aprirsi un varco
to push through a crowd → farsi largo or aprirsi un varco tra la folla
push to vt + adv (door) → socchiudere
push up vt + adv
b. (fig) (raise, increase) → far salire

push

(puʃ) verb
1. to press against something, in order to (try to) move it further away. He pushed the door open; She pushed him away; He pushed against the door with his shoulder; The queue can't move any faster, so stop pushing!; I had a good view of the race till someone pushed in front of me.
2. to try to make (someone) do something; to urge on, especially foolishly. She pushed him into applying for the job.
3. to sell (drugs) illegally.
noun
1. a movement of pressure against something; a thrust. She gave him a push.
2. energy and determination. He has enough push to do well in his job.
ˈpush-bike noun
a bicycle that does not have a motor.
ˈpush-chair noun
,
1. (American stroller) a small wheeled chair for a child, pushed by its mother etc.
2. (also kick-sled) a push-chair on runners (used on snowy ground).
ˈpushover noun
a person or team etc who can be easily persuaded or influenced or defeated. He will not give in to pressure – he is not a pushover; We won the game so easily – it was a real pushover.
be pushed for
to be short of; not to have enough of. I'm a bit pushed for time.
push around
to treat roughly. He pushes his younger brother around.
push off
to go away. I wish you'd push off!
push on
to go on; to continue. Push on with your work.
push over
to cause to fall; to knock down. He pushed me over.

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push

n. empujón; pujo;
___ buttonbotón de llamada;
v. [as to bear down] pujar.

push

vi (obst) pujar, empujar; Take a deep breath and push!..¡Respire profundo y puje!
References in classic literature ?
Then he tried to push through, but it grew thicker and thicker, and he was in despair.
Do you reckon that boy Ambrosch has any real push in him?
Let us hear what you can do in that way; 'twill be a friendly manner of saying good-night, for 'tis time that these ladies should be getting strength for a hard and a long push, in the pride of the morning, afore the Maquas are stirring.
I tried to lift and push it until I was lame, and then I got so angry I bit off a little piece at one corner--but it hurt my teeth.
No matter for the money," said she, giving him a little push towards the door; for her old gentility was contumaciously squeamish at sight of the copper coin, and, besides, it seemed such pitiful meanness to take the child's pocket-money in exchange for a bit of stale gingerbread.
In going on with the record of what was hideous at Bly, I not only challenge the most liberal faith--for which I little care; but--and this is another matter--I renew what I myself suffered, I again push my way through it to the end.
I looked with sympathetic awe and fearfulness upon the man, who in mid-winter just landed from a four years' dangerous voyage, could so unrestingly push off again for still another tempestuous term.
The more I dive into this matter of whaling, and push my researches up to the very spring-head of it, so much the more am I impressed with its great honorableness and antiquity; and especially when I find so many great demi-gods and heroes, prophets of all sorts, who one way or other have shed distinction upon it, I am transported with the reflection that I myself belong, though but subordinately, to so emblazoned a fraternity.
Once within, she turned and began to push the other way, roaring, meantime, "Eik
The fellow sees his advantage, and means to push it.
Come slow; push the door open yourself -- just enough to squeeze in, d' you hear?
A mudsill like me trying to push in and help receive an awful grandee like Edward J.