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The Definition of - Push (verb)

    verb (used with object)
    1.
    to press upon or against (a thing) with force in order to move it away.
    2.
    to move (something) in a specified way by exerting force; shove; drive:
    to push something aside; to push the door open.
    3.
    to effect or accomplish by thrusting obstacles aside:
    to push one's way through the crowd.
    4.
    to cause to extend or project; thrust.
    5.
    to press or urge to some action or course:
    His mother pushed him to get a job.
    6.
    to press (an action, proposal, etc.) with energy and insistence:
    to push a bill through Congress.
    7.
    to carry (an action or thing) toward a conclusion or extreme:
    She pushed the project to completion.
    8.
    to press the adoption, use, sale, etc., of:
    to push inferior merchandise on customers.
    9.
    to press or bear hard upon, as in dealings with someone:
    The prosecutor pushed him for an answer.
    10.
    to put into difficulties because of the lack of something specified (usually followed by for):
    to be pushed for time.
    11.
    Slang. to peddle (illicit drugs).
    12.
    Informal. to be approaching a specific age, speed, or the like:
    The maestro is pushing ninety-two.
    13.
    Photography. to modify (film processing) to compensate for underexposure.
    verb (used without object)
    14.
    to exert a thrusting force upon something.
    15.
    to use steady force in moving a thing away; shove.
    16.
    to make one's way with effort or persistence, as against difficulty or opposition.
    17.
    to extend or project; thrust:
    The point of land pushed far out into the sea.
    18.
    to put forth vigorous or persistent efforts.
    19.
    Slang. to sell illicit drugs.
    20.
    to move on being pushed:
    a swinging door that pushes easily.
    noun
    21.
    the act of pushing; a shove or thrust.
    22.
    a contrivance or part to be pushed in order to operate a mechanism.
    23.
    a vigorous onset or effort.
    24.
    a determined advance against opposition, obstacles, etc.
    25.
    a vigorous and determined military attack or campaign:
    The big push began in April.
    26.
    the pressure of circumstances, activities, etc.
    27.
    Informal. persevering energy; enterprise.
    28.
    Informal. a crowd or company of people.
    29.
    British. dismissal from a job; sack.
    30.
    Australian Slang. a gang of hoodlums.
    Verb phrases
    31.
    push around, to treat contemptuously and unfairly; bully:
    She's not the kind of person who can be pushed around.
    32.
    push off, Informal. to go away; depart:
    We stopped at Denver for the night and were ready to push off again the following morning.
    33.
    push on, to press forward; continue; proceed:
    The pioneers, despite overwhelming obstacles, pushed on across the plains.
    Idioms
    34.
    push one's luck. luck (def 12).
    35.
    when / if push comes to shove, when or if matters are ultimately confronted or resolved; when or if a problem must be faced; in a crucial situation:
    If push comes to shove, the government will impose quotas on imports.