pushfulness


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push·ful

 (po͝osh′fo͝ol′)
adj.
Pushing.

push′ful·ness n.

pushfulness

(ˈpʊʃfʊlnɪs)
n
informal US the quality of being offensively assertive or forceful
Translations

pushfulness

[ˈpʊʃfʊlnɪs] N (= dynamism) → empuje m, dinamismo m, espíritu m emprendedor; (= ambition) → ambición f (pej) → agresividad f
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But one danger that we highlight is that a European central bank could be tempted to adopt the strategic role of developing threat strategies against, for example, certain types of wage pushfulness across the EMU area, or of seeing a role for itself in `punishing' deviations from the Stability Pact.
Yet Pound was innately attracted to ideals of timeless order as well, and there was a sense in which for him Fascism, with its cult of youth and dynamic pushfulness, was insufficiently hieratic to fulfil the needs of his nature, which was fundamentally religious.