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French-English translation for: pousser
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VERB1   pousser | pousse | avoir poussé | poussant
VERB2   se pousser | me pousse | s'être poussé | se poussant
pousser [croître]
to grow
pousser (qn./qc.)
to push (sb./sth.)
pousser [fam.] [exagérer]to overdo it
immo. pousser [fig.] [immeuble]to spring up [e.g. new housing]
bot. pousser [plante]to sprout
bot. pousser [plante]to come through
pousser qc. [cri]to let sth. out [e.g. a cry]
pousser qc. [objet]to move sth.
pousser qc. [objet]to shift sth.
pousser qc. [objet]to push sth. aside
pousser qc. [recherches, études]to pursue sth.
pousser qc. [soupir]to heave sth. [e.g. a sigh]
pousser qn. [employé]to keep sb. at it
pousser qn./qc. [brouette, vélo, meuble, personne]to push sb./sth.
pousser qn./qc. [candidat, élève, cheval]to urge sb./sth. on
2 Words: Verbs
laisser pousser qc. [cheveux]to let sth. grow
pousser (qn./qc)to shove (sb./sth.)
pousser qn. dehorsto force sb. out
pousser qn. vers qc.to push sb. towards sth.
se pousserto budge over
se pousserto move over
se pousser [fam.] [pour réussir]to try to get on in life
se pousser [se bousculer]to jostle each other
3 Words: Verbs
pousser à foisonto grow in profusion
pousser des gémissementsto whimper
pousser des hourrasto cheer
pousser des huéesto boo
pousser des huéesto catcall
pousser des hurlementsto scream the place down
pousser des juronsto swear
pousser des vivatsto break out in cheers
pousser des vociférationsto utter cries of rage
pousser la porte [pour fermer]to shut the door
pousser la porte [pour ouvrir]to push the door open
pousser qc. à l'extrêmeto push sth. to extremes
pousser qc. à l'extrêmeto take sth. to extremes
pousser qc. trop lointo push sth. too far
pousser qn. (du coude)to nudge sb. (with the elbow)
pousser qn. à agirto galvanise sb. into action [Br.]
pousser qn. à agirto galvanize sb. into action
pousser qn. à faire qc.to prod sb. into doing sth.
pousser qn. à faire qc.to egg sb. on to do sth.
pousser qn. à faire qc.to urge sb. on to do sth.
pousser qn. à faire qc. [loc.]to impel sb. to do sth. [idiom]
pousser qn. au cul [fam.]to give sb. a kick up the backside [coll.]
pousser qn. au désespoirto drive sb. to despair
pousser qn. aux fesses [fam.]to give sb. a kick up the backside [coll.]
pousser qn. du coudeto give sb. a dig [fig.]
pousser qn./qc. de côtéto shove sb./sth. aside
pousser qn./qc. en avantto shove sb./sth. forward
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