To push down

Related to To push down: pull down
to overthrow by pushing or impulse.

See also: Push

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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As for the impact on shale production in the US, Besland said he expected American companies to try to push down their breakeven prices, and stabilise, if not boost, production.
A stronger dollar and higher expectations for economic growth tend to push down prices for gold and other precious metals.
M2 PHARMA-October 12, 2010-Currency effects to push down Sonova's revenue by 4% in FY 2010/11(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
He said that flour will be distributed on people in Karbala within one week to push down an increase flour prices in the province.
DIFFICULT to see anything but a resounding home win to push Down further into the relegation dogfight.
Districts aiming to push down algebra must build structures that keep students in math for all four years of high school.
To reset the relay, remove the intake cover and use a pencil or small screwdriver to push down on the relay switch located at the bottom of the control panel.
dollar and into other world currencies in a move likely to push down the value of the greenback," reported the January 10 Washington Post.
There's a song on the new record, "Force Fed," about resisting what companies are trying to push down your throat.
dollar could work to push down copper prices, a continued strike in North America is creating some concern about a potential shortage of copper on the market.
They refused, and Poulter rammed the flag down into the hole several times to push down the cylinder to the regulation one-inch depth.