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  • exert force on (someone or something) in order to move them away from oneself.
    E.g. she pushed her glass towards him
  • move forward by using force to pass people or cause them to move aside.
    E.g. she pushed her way through the crowded streets
  • compel or urge (someone) to do something, especially to work hard.
    E.g. she believed he was pushing their daughter too hard
  • promote the use, sale, or acceptance of.
    E.g. the company has been pushing a document management system
  • prepare (a stack) to receive a piece of data on the top.
  • develop (a film) so as to compensate for deliberate underexposure.
    E.g. some films can be pushed during processing
  • an act of pushing someone or something in order to move them away from oneself.
    E.g. he closed the door with a push
  • a vigorous effort to do or obtain something.
    E.g. many clubs are joining in the fund-raising push

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