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push  Verb
Plural: pushes
  1. Translate "push" to Spanish: empujar, dar empuje a, dar un empujón a, impeler, pegar un empujón a, carrerear, empeller
    English Synonyms of "push": move off, drive along, impel, shove, shove along, thrust, hunch
    Define meaning of "push": Move with force, "He pushed the table into a corner".
  2. The boat pushed the other one, El bote le dio empuje al otro.

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  3. Translate "push" to Spanish: empujar
    Define meaning of "push": Press, drive, or impel (someone) to action or completion of an action. ; Press against forcefully without being able to move.
  4. He pushed her to finish her doctorate.
    She pushed against the wall with all her strength.

  5. Translate "push" to Spanish: pujar
    Define meaning of "push": Make strenuous pushing movements during birth to expel the baby.
  6. 'Now push hard,' said the doctor to the woman.


  7. Translate "push" to Spanish: matar
    English Synonyms of "push": butcher, kill, murder, account for, assassinate, bump off, cut down, do in, knock off

  8. Translate "push" to Spanish: publicitar
    English Synonyms of "push": make publicity about, publicize, advertise, publicise

  9. Translate "push" to Spanish: imponer, machucar, enviar sin ser solicitado
    English Synonyms of "push": send without being requested


  10. Translate "push" to Spanish: colocar, colocar en una pila
    English Synonyms of "push": place in a stack

push  Noun
  1. Translate "push" to Spanish: empujón, empujoncito, aventón, empujada, empuje, impulso, achuchón
    English Synonyms of "push": forceful push, hunch, jostle, shove, sudden push, thrust, lift
    Define meaning of "push": The act of applying force in order to move something away. ; The force used in pushing.
  2. He gave the door a hard push.
    The pushing is good exercise.
    The push of the water on the walls of the tank.
    The thrust of the jet engines.

  3. Translate "push" to Spanish: esfuerzo, fuerza
    English Synonyms of "push": effort, elbow grease, exertion, spirit, struggle, endeavor
    Define meaning of "push": An effort to advance.
  4. The army made a push toward the sea.


  5. Translate "push" to Spanish: ayuda
    English Synonyms of "push": aid, contribution, economic aid, boost

  6. Translate "push" to Spanish: despido del trabajo, despedida de trabajo
    English Synonyms of "push": discharge, layoff, dismissal, dismissal from job, removal from office, lay-off, bullet, labor layoff, labour layoff
    Define meaning of "push": The termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart).

  7. Translate "push" to Spanish: pandilla de matones
    English Synonyms of "push": gang of hoodlums


  8. Translate "push" to Spanish: pelea entre pandillas callejeras
    English Synonyms of "push": fight between street gangs, flap, rumble

  9. Translate "push" to Spanish: frecuencia de radio
    English Synonyms of "push": radio frequency
    Define meaning of "push": An electromagnetic wave frequency between audio and infrared.

Verb Conjugation for "push"
Gerund: pushing

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