pushful


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push·ful

 (po͝osh′fo͝ol′)
adj.
Pushing.

push′ful·ness n.

pushful

(ˈpʊʃfʊl)
adj
informal US offensively assertive or forceful
adj
full of drive or ambition
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.pushful - marked by aggressive ambition and energy and initiative; "an aggressive young executive"; "a pushful insurance agent"
ambitious - having a strong desire for success or achievement
Translations

pushful

[ˈpʊʃfʊl] ADJ (= dynamic) → emprendedor, dinámico, enérgico; (= ambitious) → ambicioso (pej) → agresivo
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It is also usually said of the Igbo that they are pushful, aggressive, self-confident and typically impelled by the desire for personal achievement (See Oguejiofor 1996, 19-24 & Morrill 1965, 427).
Women are not different in this sense except, as Deckyard (1979) speculates, that women's early socialization experience made them less pushful and less competitive in matters relating to negotiation or power tussling.
It is not difficult to grasp, it contains more elements to excite than the sporting instinct of the crowd than cricket; there is a pushful and go-ahead spirit about it, and there is plenty of change.