Sinônimos de propel
to cause to move forwardsThe rocket is designed to propel the spacecraft.
I used the sledgehammer to drive the pegs in.
The rocket was launched early this morning.
He started the car, which hummed smoothly.
The extra weight of the crash helmet forced my head backwards.
He let me go with a thrust of his wrist that sent me flying.
He shot an arrow into the air.
They pushed him into the car.
They thrust him into the back of a jeep.
He shoved her out of the way.
set in motion
He is propelled by the need to make his family proud.
I felt impelled to go on speaking.
Curiosity drove me to probe into what they worked on together.
Her parents kept her in school and pushed her to study.
The recession has prompted consumers to cut back on buying cars.
His friend's plight had spurred him into taking part.
His hard work was motivated by a need to achieve.
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in the sense of force
to propel or drive despite resistanceThe extra weight of the crash helmet forced my head backwards.
in the sense of launch
to set (a rocket, missile, or spacecraft) into motionThe rocket was launched early this morning.
in the sense of motivate
to give a reason or inspiration for a course of action to someoneHis hard work was motivated by a need to achieve.
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