push-start


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push-start

vb (tr)
(Automotive Engineering) to start (a motor vehicle) by pushing it while it is in gear, thus turning the engine
n
(Automotive Engineering) the act or process of starting a vehicle in this way
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push-start


Past participle: push-started
Gerund: push-starting

Imperative
push-start
push-start
Present
I push-start
you push-start
he/she/it push-starts
we push-start
you push-start
they push-start
Preterite
I push-started
you push-started
he/she/it push-started
we push-started
you push-started
they push-started
Present Continuous
I am push-starting
you are push-starting
he/she/it is push-starting
we are push-starting
you are push-starting
they are push-starting
Present Perfect
I have push-started
you have push-started
he/she/it has push-started
we have push-started
you have push-started
they have push-started
Past Continuous
I was push-starting
you were push-starting
he/she/it was push-starting
we were push-starting
you were push-starting
they were push-starting
Past Perfect
I had push-started
you had push-started
he/she/it had push-started
we had push-started
you had push-started
they had push-started
Future
I will push-start
you will push-start
he/she/it will push-start
we will push-start
you will push-start
they will push-start
Future Perfect
I will have push-started
you will have push-started
he/she/it will have push-started
we will have push-started
you will have push-started
they will have push-started
Future Continuous
I will be push-starting
you will be push-starting
he/she/it will be push-starting
we will be push-starting
you will be push-starting
they will be push-starting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been push-starting
you have been push-starting
he/she/it has been push-starting
we have been push-starting
you have been push-starting
they have been push-starting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been push-starting
you will have been push-starting
he/she/it will have been push-starting
we will have been push-starting
you will have been push-starting
they will have been push-starting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been push-starting
you had been push-starting
he/she/it had been push-starting
we had been push-starting
you had been push-starting
they had been push-starting
Conditional
I would push-start
you would push-start
he/she/it would push-start
we would push-start
you would push-start
they would push-start
Past Conditional
I would have push-started
you would have push-started
he/she/it would have push-started
we would have push-started
you would have push-started
they would have push-started
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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The model features an updated front fascia with a waterfall grille, redesigned LED headlamps with integrated DRLs and revamped bumper, bonnet with two creases, seven airbags, ABS, EBD, ESP and HHC, keyless entry, engine push-start button, cruise control and dual-zone climate control system.
Quoting what Ubisoft wrote on its blog on why it has pushed back the release date of the PC version, (http://www.push-start.co.uk/all/platform/pc/watch-dogs-2-delayed-on-pc-by-two-weeks-pc-specs-revealed/) Push-Start reported that the "extra time will be used for additional polish and will help ensure the game runs smoothly across a broad range of PC hardware."
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With regard to Sudan and South Sudan, the Ethiopian official said his country was working closely to push-start better diplomatic relations between the two countries in order to resolve their remaining post-secession disputes.
Under cover of night on March 10, 1945, the four managed to steal a doctor's car - a lucky find in war-rationed Britain - and, luckier still, bluffed their way into getting a push-start from camp guards.
He was also filmed with two other men in an apparent bid to push-start a car and, in other scenes, collecting a heavy-looking tool box from the boot of a car.
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Liverpool City Council should park the idea and concentrate instead on actions that will give the local economy a push-start instead of causing it to stall.