Push

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Definition

to push (a person, a chair): to apply force or pressure to move (a person, a chair)
verb

to push (a button): to press (a button)
verb

to push to get something: to pressure, to be persistent to get something
verb

Examples

  • "1999-2000 Push, Push & Push Telemarketing Partners Inc."
  • "Brian : Don't push it, Hannah."
  • "Only I may push the buttons!"
  • "No one was hurt during the revolution but the country did record its first ever act of violence when the former President's bodyguard was slightly pushed."
  • "1995-1996 Push, Push & Push Telemarketing Partners Inc."
  • "It's the big lever you keep pushing."
  • "Jean : You can push it under the door."
  • "They're independent, so they won't try to push one specific carrier: Benjamin will choose the best offer in each individual case for us."

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