shove back


Related to shove back: shove down throat
Translations

w>shove back

vt sep (inf) chair etczurückschieben; sb, platezurückstoßen, zurückschubsen (inf); (= replace)zurücktun; (into pocket etc) → wieder hineinstecken
References in classic literature ?
Shove back all English half-pence and base copper tokens, such as are very plenty about town
We'd soon be against the wall if we didn't shove back at those that were pushing us.
I am not quite sure how the police horses came into the equation if terrorism was the threat, but they'd have been useful to shove back any gravity-defying protesters who'd managed to scale the Wall of Steel.
Referee Michael Bull decided that the defender had transgressed into sending-off territory while Kitson's two-handed shove back was only deemed worthy of a caution.
We want the president and his allies on Capitol Hill to understand their new push will result in a shove back from the people," Gottlieb stated.
NO DOUBT Push And Shove Back from their 11-year break, the new album from No Doubt, fronted by Gwen Stefani, is a party-ready album that will get you in the mood for the dancefloor.
Liu's 303-page book stands out for its boldness in a recent chorus of strong voices demanding a hard shove back against Washington over the US' arms sale to Taiwan and US President Barack Obama's meeting with the Dalai Lama.
His 303-page book stands out for its boldness even in a recent chorus of strident Chinese voices demanding a hard shove back against Washington over trade, Tibet, human rights, and arms sales to Taiwan, the self-ruled island Beijing claims as its own.
Unlike Podhoretz, however, I felt no desire to shove back, and the boys left me alone after that.
When push comes to shove, you have to shove back - the harder the better.
Flight director Paul Hill said engineers will spend the next day analysing the situation and to decide whether to have the crew's two spacewalkers cut, pull out or shove back in the hanging material.
Flight director Paul Hill said engineers will decide whether to have the crew's two spacewalkers cut, pull out or shove back in the material.