例句1. she tried to push him away’
例句2. he tried to push his way into the flat’
例句3. he managed to push a silent panic button’
例句4. don’t push her to join in if she doesn’t want to’
push button high-speed pulse dialling calling system for electronic telephone
Shove around: push from one side to another;domineer over; maltreat
Just push your chair a bit closer to
Push a child to study harder.
Don’t push me too far!
Don’t push me too far, or I’ll divorce you.
Don’t push me !
Don’t push : wait your turn to get on the bus.
Don’t push against me!
Don’t push me too far, or I’ll quit.
Push one’s way through a crowd
Push one’s plan
single-ended push-pull amplifier circuit
单端型推挽式放大器电路 ;单端型推拉式放大器电 路
Push the cart slowly when you carry your baggage.
Colours of indicator lights and push-buttons used in electrical assembly devices
Right, and be sure not to push too hard.
A device at the front end of a locomotive or streetcar designed to push aside obstructions.
It’s time to push off.
After which, go whither I push thee, the grave-digger is there,the pantheon for some of us: all falls into the great hole
What a crowd! Can you push by?
To advance eagerly;push forward.
Push the white retaining clips on each side of the memory socket outward.
push the switch all the way to the end of its travel
Push society past the frontier.
“With switch ”ON“, push the hair trimmer knob up.”
She’ll push him to the verge of suicide.
She gave a hard push , and the door opened.
fastener of base metal,for handbags,purses,briefcases,travel goods,books,wrist-watches (excl. slide fastener,press-studs,push buttons and fasteners with locking devices)
The push for reform is also motivated by political paranoia
The rapid development of science and technology and the emergence of high-tech industries are set to push the world economy forward in its continuing evolution from agricultural economy to industrial economy and into the knowledge-based economy
1.A military attack in force.
‘the army was engaged in a _push_ against guerrilla strongholds’
‘The _push_ to downsize the military and privatize functions means government contracts are a growth industry.’
2.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’
3.An act of pressing a part of a machine or device.
‘the door locks at the _push_ of a button’
‘Then, with the _push_ of a button, I erased the number from memory.’
4.An act of pushing someone or something in order to move them away from oneself.
‘he closed the door with a _push_ ’
‘Then he tried to _push_ Alice away gently trying not to hurt her bruises from the previous night but she wouldn’t move with his gentle _push_ .’
5.Forcefulness and enterprise.
‘an investor with the necessary money and _push_ ’
‘These men, who ‘do not let the grass grow under their feet’, are clearly all _push_ and enterprise.’
6.Something that is hard to achieve.
‘we’re managing on our own but it’s a _push_ ’
1.(of an army) advance over territory.
‘the guerrillas have _pushed_ south to within 100 miles of the capital’
‘In the late autumn of 1950, UN forces _pushed_ forward up the peninsula towards the Chinese border.’
2.Be nearly (a particular age or amount)
‘she must be _pushing_ forty, but she’s still a good looker’
‘I’m _pushing_ forty, though forty seems to be doing most of the _pushing_ .’
3.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’
4.Compel or urge (someone) to do something, especially to work hard.
‘she believed he was _pushing_ their daughter too hard’
‘Parents who _push_ their children hard always focus on examples they like, successes such as Lang and Ding.’
‘the council continued to _push_ for the better management of water resources’
‘York are _pushing_ for the second promotion place after they sealed Poppleton’s relegation.’
6.Develop (a film) so as to compensate for deliberate underexposure.
‘some films can be _pushed_ during processing’
7.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’
8.Exert oneself to attain something or surpass others.
‘I was _pushing_ hard until about 10 laps from the finish’
‘It is the one he is _pushing_ hardest, although he admits that no possible reorganization can keep up the current levels of service.’
9.Find it difficult to achieve something.
‘he will be _pushed_ to retain the title as his form this season has been below par’
10.Have very little of something, especially time.
‘I’m a bit _pushed_ for time at the moment’
11.Hold and exert force on (something) so as to cause it to move in front of one.
‘a woman was _pushing_ a pram’
‘I made my way around one defense man but skating between them and _pushing_ the puck in front of me.’
12.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’
13.Move one’s body or a part of it into a specified position with effort.
‘she _pushed_ her hands into her pockets’
‘Bend your elbows so that your arms are at 90 degrees to your body, then _push_ back up to the start position.’
14.Prepare (a stack) to receive a piece of data on the top.
15.Press (a part of a machine or other device)
‘the lift boy _pushed_ the button for the twentieth floor’
‘Over the next few hours, I experiment with _pushing_ the little attendant button occasionally to see if anyone cares, but they don’t.’
16.Promote the use, sale, or acceptance of.
‘the company has been _pushing_ a document management system’
‘He thinks Sindi _pushed_ Stuart into accepting and that he only said yes because he doesn’t really trust her.’
17.Sell (a narcotic drug) illegally.
‘she was arrested for _pushing_ hard drugs’
‘We want to know who, what, where, when and if possible, how they know someone is _pushing_ drugs.’
18.Transfer (data) to the top of a stack.
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