push along


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push along

vb
(intr, adverb) informal to go away
Translations

w>push along

vt sep wheelbarrow etcvor sich (dat)her schieben; (fig: = speed up) work etcvoranbringen, vorantreiben; to push things along (fig)die Dinge vorantreiben
vi (inf)sich auf den Weg or auf die Socken machen (inf)
References in classic literature ?
Now I must push along, or father won't trust me with his business any more.
OUR AT DUDLEY CREATURE The team have purchased a hand push mower to cut the grass, but had to go along on their hands and knees to trim it first with shears as it was too long in places for the push along to get through!
"Our own brand of Wine Gums are bursting with flavour and will certainly give runners that extra push along the route."
"Some of the young guys might need a little bit of patting on the back every now and then and given a bit of a push along because it's a pretty hard thing we do," Ponting said during his farewell press conference.
BEST FOR BABIES This classic wooden push along is perfect for babies who want to toddle.
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Summary: Rebels battling Moammar Gadhafi pressed ahead Thursday with day two of a NATO-backed offensive after seizing a desert hamlet south of Tripoli and reported gains in their push along the coast from the east.
Run by national charity Action for Blind People, the club teaches its members to ride on boards with two wheels that rotate 360 degrees, allowing them to be propelled by the rider, without having to get off the board or push along like skateboarding.
2 : to push along or away carelessly or rudely <She shoved me out of the way.>