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  1. push

    • IPA[pʊʃ]

    英式

    • v.
      exert force on (someone or something) in order to move them away from oneself;hold and exert force on (something) so as to cause it to move in front of one
    • n.
      an act of pushing someone or something in order to move them away from oneself;an act of pressing a part of a machine or device
    • noun: push, plural noun: pushes

    • verb: push, 3rd person present: pushes, gerund or present participle: pushing, past tense: pushed, past participle: pushed

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. exert force on (someone or something) in order to move them away from oneself:

      she pushed her glass towards him

      Lydia pushed the door shut

    • 2. hold and exert force on (something) so as to cause it to move in front of one:

      a woman was pushing a pram

    • 3. move one's body or a part of it into a specified position with effort:

      she pushed her hands into her pockets

    • 4. press (a part of a machine or other device):

      the lift boy pushed the button for the twentieth floor

    • 5. cause to reach a particular level or state:

      competition in the retail sector will push down prices

      the political chaos could push the country into recession

    • 6. move forward by using force to pass people or cause them to move aside:

      she pushed her way through the crowded streets

      he pushed past an old woman in his haste

    • 7. (of an army) advance over territory:

      the guerrillas have pushed south to within 100 miles of the capital

    • 8. exert oneself to attain something or surpass others:

      I was pushing hard until about 10 laps from the finish

    • 9. be nearly (a particular age or amount):

      she must be pushing forty, but she's still a good looker

    • 10. compel or urge (someone) to do something, especially to work hard:

      she believed he was pushing their daughter too hard

    • 11. demand persistently:

      the council continued to push for the better management of water resources

    • 12. have very little of something, especially time:

      I'm a bit pushed for time at the moment

    • 13. find it difficult to achieve something:

      he will be pushed to retain the title as his form this season has been below par

    • 14. promote the use, sale, or acceptance of:

      the company has been pushing a document management system

    • 15. sell (a narcotic drug) illegally:

      she was arrested for pushing hard drugs

    • 16. prepare (a stack) to receive a piece of data on the top.
    • 17. transfer (data) to the top of a stack.
    • 18. develop (a film) so as to compensate for deliberate underexposure:

      some films can be pushed during processing

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of pushing someone or something in order to move them away from oneself:

      he closed the door with a push

    • 2. an act of pressing a part of a machine or device:

      the door locks at the push of a button

    • 3. a vigorous effort to do or obtain something:

      many clubs are joining in the fund-raising push

      he determined to make one last push for success

    • 4. a military attack in force:

      the army was engaged in a push against guerrilla strongholds

    • 5. forcefulness and enterprise:

      an investor with the necessary money and push

    • 6. something that is hard to achieve:

      we're managing on our own but it's a push

    • v.
      start (a motor vehicle) by pushing it and putting it in gear in order to make the engine turn:
    • the bus had been push-started once by the passengers
    • n.
      an act of push-starting a motor vehicle:
    • a push start is required to get some of the veteran motorbikes going

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    • v.
      start (a motor vehicle) by pushing it in order to make the engine turn:
    • the bus had been push-started once by the passengers
    • n.
      an act of push-starting a motor vehicle:
    • a push start is required to get some of the veteran motorbikes going

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    • adj. operated by pushing and pulling:

    • the controls are operated through push-pull rods

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    • adj.
      (of a bra) padded or underwired so as to give uplift to the breasts.
    • n.
      another term for press-up

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    • adj. operated by pushing and pulling:

    • the controls are operated through push-pull rods

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    • ph. use an oar, boathook, etc. to exert pressure so as to move a boat out from a bank

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    • n. a button that is pushed to operate an electrical device:

    • a push-button telephone

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    • n. an ostensible opinion poll in which the true objective is to sway voters using loaded or manipulative questions.

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    • IPA[po͝oSH]

    美式

    • v.
      exert force on (someone or something), typically with one's hand, in order to move them away from oneself or the origin of the force:
    • she pushed her glass toward him

      Lydia pushed the door shut

    • n.
      an act of exerting force on someone or something in order to move them away from oneself:
    • he closed the door with a push

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  2. 知識+

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