English translation of 'empurrar'
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'empurrar' in Other Languages
British English: push /pʊʃ/ VERB
When you push something, you press it in order to move it away from you.
I pushed back my chair and stood up.
The men pushed and the horses pulled as they moved the fallen tree.
- American English: push
- Arabic: يَدْفَع
- Brazilian Portuguese: empurrar
- Chinese: 推动
- Croatian: gurati
- Czech: tlačit
- Danish: skubbe
- Dutch: duwen
- European Spanish: empujar
- Finnish: työntää
- French: pousser
- German: schieben
- Greek: σπρώχνω
- Italian: spingere
- Japanese: 押す
- Korean: ...을 밀다
- Norwegian: dytte
- Polish: pchnąć
- European Portuguese: empurrar
- Romanian: a împinge
- Russian: толкать
- Spanish: empujar
- Swedish: skjuta fösa
- Thai: ผลัก
- Turkish: itmek
- Ukrainian: штовхати
- Vietnamese: đẩy
British English: hustle VERB
If you hustle someone, you try to make them go somewhere or do something quickly, for example by pulling or pushing them along.
The guards hustled Harry out of the car.
British English: shove VERB
If you shove someone or something, you push them with a quick, violent movement.
He shoved her out of the way.
He shoved through the crowd.
British English: thrust VERB
If you thrust something or someone somewhere, you push or move them there quickly with a lot of force.
They thrust him into the back of a jeep.
British English: wheel VERB
If you wheel an object that has wheels somewhere, you push it along.
He wheeled his bike into the alley at the side of the house.
Translation of empurrar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary