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  1. push

    • 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;hold and exert force on (something) so as to cause it to move along in front of one
    • n.
      an act of exerting force on someone or something in order to move them away from oneself;an act of pressing a part of a machine or device
    • verb: push, 3rd person present: pushes, gerund or present participle: pushing, past tense: pushed, past participle: pushed

    • noun: push, plural noun: pushes

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    動詞

    • 1. 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 同義詞 shove, thrust, propel, impel, send, ... 更多反義詞 pull
    • hold and exert force on (something) so as to cause it to move along in front of one a woman was pushing a stroller
    • move one's body or a part of it into a specified position, especially forcefully or with effort she pushed her hands into her pockets
    • press (a part of a machine or other device) he pushed the button for the twentieth floor 同義詞 press (down), push down, depress, exert pressure on, bear down on, ... 更多
    • cause to reach a particular level or state the political chaos could push the country into recession they expect that the huge crop will push down prices
    • 2. 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 同義詞 force (one's way), shove, thrust, squeeze, jostle, ... 更多
    • (of an army) advance over territory the guerrillas have pushed south to within 100 miles of the capital
    • exert oneself to attain something or surpass others I was pushing hard until about 10 laps from the finish
    • informal be nearly (a particular age) she must be pushing forty
    • 3. compel or urge (someone) to do something, especially to work hard she believed he was pushing their daughter too hard
    • British informal have very little of something, especially time we are a bit pushed at the moment with other commitments I'm a bit pushed for time at the moment
    • British informal find it difficult to achieve something he will be pushed to retain the title as his form this season has been below par
    • 4. informal promote the use, sale, or acceptance of the company is pushing a $500 asking price 同義詞 advertise, publicize, promote, give publicity to, beat/bang the drum for, ... 更多
    • sell (a narcotic drug) illegally she was arrested for pushing hard drugs
    • 5. prepare (a stack) to receive a piece of data on the top.
    • transfer (data) to the top of a stack.
    • 6. develop (a film) so as to compensate for deliberate underexposure some films can be pushed during processing

    名詞

    • ph.
      postpone or delay an event

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      postpone or delay an event

    Oxford Dictionary

    • 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

    Oxford Dictionary

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

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      burdened with excessive demands on one's time or resources: the students believe their invention could save hard-pushed bar staff valuable time

    Oxford Dictionary

    • 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

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      operated by pushing and pulling: the controls are operated through push-pull rods

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      operated by pushing and pulling: the controls are operated through push-pull rods

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    英式

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

    Oxford Dictionary