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  • Info A push is an applied force typically intended to drive or impel. more...
  • However the album would be pushed back once again with no release date currently set.
  • The album was then pushed back to be released in the fall.
  • As a result, more and more people are being pushed out of the property market.
  • When he tried to push it up the arm, it moved quite easily.
  • He had new roads built and pushed to keep roads in good condition.
  • Each year thereafter the production date has been pushed back another year.
  • In that year a position became available that pushed all thought of rest into the background.
  • He succeeded in pushing this army all the way back across northern Germany.
  • However, she stated that she was being pushed hard into singing more rock and roll.
  • Gun to his back, he was pushed towards a piano, and told to play.
  • But the damage was done, and his family pushed him to the background.
  • She runs after him but he pushes her away knowing that she is high.
  • The original completion date was pushed back because of poor weather conditions.
  • They pull their feet inside their legs and can push them out, if needed.
  • Air pressure acting up against an object in air is greater than the pressure above pushing down.
  • You can push real hard and it always gives back.
  • A pressure difference can exist only if something is there for it to push against.
  • Seeing blood she pushes it open only to discover she killed her dog.
  • The following month, he appointed a new premier to push through economic reform.
  • The following three rules are used to push selection below set operations in the expression tree.
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Meaning of push

  • noun The act of applying force in order to move something away
    he gave the door a hard push, the pushing is good exercise
  • noun The force used in pushing
    the push of the water on the walls of the tank, the thrust of the jet engines
  • noun An effort to advance
    the army made a push toward the sea
  • verb Move with force, "he pushed the table into a corner"
  • verb Press, drive, or impel (someone) to action or completion of an action
    He pushed her to finish her doctorate
  • verb Press against forcefully without moving
    she pushed against the wall with all her strength
  • verb Approach a certain age or speed
    She is pushing fifty
  • verb Sell or promote the sale of (illegal goods such as drugs)
    The guy hanging around the school is pushing drugs
  • verb Move strenuously and with effort
    The crowd pushed forward