push के समानार्थी
to apply steady force to in order to moveThey pushed him into the car.
The extra weight of the crash helmet forced my head backwards.
They thrust him into the back of a jeep.
I used the sledgehammer to drive the pegs in.
Suddenly, she was swept along by the crowd.
plunge, , , ,
A soldier plunged a bayonet into his body.
Lindy poked him in the ribs.
The rocket is designed to propel the spacecraft.
`Stop it,' he said, and nudged me in the ribs.
He prodded Murray with the broom.
The guards hustled Harry out of the car.
bulldoze (informal), ,
He bulldozed through the Tigers' defence.
The three of us manhandled the dinghy out of the shed.
He got into the lift and pushed the button for the second floor.
to thrust (one's way) through something, such as a crowdI pushed through the crowds and on to the escalator.
make or force your way,
The hearings moved me to come up with these suggestions.
shoulder, , ,
He shouldered past her and opened the door.
She thrust her way into the crowd.
They elbowed me out of the way.
He shoved her out of the way.
We spent an hour jostling with the crowds as we did our shopping.
work your way,
thread your way
The army may push southwards in the coming weeks.
Rebel forces are advancing on the capital.
He progressed slowly along the coast in an easterly direction.
She proceeded along the hallway.
the necessity for the war to go on
go ahead, ,
The board will vote today on whether to go ahead with the plan.
Organizers of the strike are determined to press on.
to spur or drive (oneself or another person) in order to achieve more effort or better resultsHer parents kept her in school and pushed her to study.
He urged restraint on the security forces.
She encouraged her to demand a pay rise.
My husband persuaded me to come.
His friend's plight had spurred him into taking part.
Curiosity drove me to probe into what they worked on together.
The conference influenced us to launch the campaign.
a tactic to prod the government into spending more on education
Individuals will be constrained to make many sacrifices for the greater good.
He incited his fellow citizens to take revenge.
He argued that the government had coerced him into resigning.
I felt impelled to go on speaking.
exert influence on,
to be an advocate or promoter (of)Advertisers often use scientific doublespeak to push their products.
He has announced a full British tour to promote his new album.
Religious groups are not allowed to advertise on TV.
It has been much advertised in specialist magazines.
We had to hype the film to attract the financiers.
The author appeared on TV to publicize her latest book.
companies seeking to boost their product ranges
If I hear another actor plugging his latest book I will scream.
TV correspondents puffing the new digital channels
make known, ,
cry up (old-fashioned)
the act of pushingHe gave me a sharp push.
She gave Gracie a shove in the back.
thrust, , ,
a thrust of his hand that sent the lad reeling
John smiled and gave Rashid a playful poke.
She slipped her arm under his and gave him a nudge.
He gave the donkey a prod in the backside.
a special effort to achieve something(informal) All that was needed was one final push, and the enemy would be vanquished once and for all.
He led the bayonet charge from the front.
a campaign of air attacks on strategic targets
The General's campaign against the militia has so far failed.
They simulated an advance on enemy positions.
The rebels are poised for a new assault.
The rebels attempted a surprise raid on a military camp.
The armed forces have launched an offensive to recapture lost ground.
a thrust into territory seized by Iranian forces
Security forces are active since the bombing blitz last month.
drive or determination(informal) He lacked the push to succeed in his chosen vocation.
He is best remembered for his drive and enthusiasm.
Considering her age, she still has a lot of go in her.
At 65 years old, her energy is wonderful.
He was disappointed by her lack of initiative.
His trouble is that he lacks enterprise.
a mixture of ambition and ruthlessness
They acted with great courage and determination.
They need something to put the pep back in their lives.
He fell in love with her for her vitality and sense of fun.
He lacks the vigour of a normal, healthy teenager.
He played with great vigour.
a situation that calls for dynamism and new thinking
She's got more get-up-and-go than anyone I know.
He didn't have the gumption to seize the opportunity when it came up.
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in the sense of advertise
to present or praise (goods or a service) to the public, in order to encourage salesReligious groups are not allowed to advertise on TV.It has been much advertised in specialist magazines.
in the sense of ambition
strong desire for successa mixture of ambition and ruthlessness
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Life on the edge
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