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French-English translation for: push
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Dictionary French English: push

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NOUN   a push | pushes
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VERB  to push | pushed | pushed ... 
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SYNO   push | thrust | pushing | to force ... 
pousser (qn./qc.)
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to push (sb./sth.)
brusquer qn.to push sb.
pousser qn./qc. [brouette, vélo, meuble, personne]to push sb./sth.
presser qc. [bouton]to push sth.
appuyer sur qc.to push sth. [button, pedal]
rouler qc. [brouette, poussette]to push sth. [e.g. wheelbarrow]
préconiser qc.to push sth. [recommend]
Nouns
poussée {f}push
2 Words: Others
Tire-toi ! [fam.]Push off ! [coll.]
2 Words: Verbs
faire pression en faveur de qc.to push for sth.
faire valoir qc.to push forward sth.
ficher le camp [fam.]to push off [coll.]
écarter qn.to push sb. aside
mettre qn. à l'écart [éloigner]to push sb. aside
mettre qn. en avant [pour le faire valoir] [loc.]to push sb. forward [idiom]
pousser qn. vers qc.to push sb. towards sth.
forcer qn./qc.to push sb./sth [force]
repousser qn./qc.to push sb./sth. away
renverser qn./qc. [faire tomber]to push sb./sth. over
enfoncer qc.to push sth. (in) [insert, thrust]
pousser qc. [objet]to push sth. aside
meub. reculer qc. [meuble]to push sth. back
repousser qc.to push sth. back
faire refluer qc. [foule]to push sth. back
refouler qc. [repousser]to push sth. back [enemy, crowd]
faire refluer qc. [chômage]to push sth. down
renverser qc. d'une pousséeto push sth. over
imposer qc.to push sth. through
faire passer qc. [accord]to push sth. through
faire démarrer qc. (en le poussant)to push-start sth.
2 Words: Nouns
inform. internet diffusion {f} personnaliséepush technology
inform. internet diffusion {f} sélectivepush technology
internet distribution {f} personnaliséepush technology
internet distribution {f} sélectivepush technology
sport pompe {f}push-up [esp. Am.]
3 Words: Others
à la rigueur {adv}at a push
3 Words: Verbs
plaquer qn. [fam.]to give sb. the push [coll.] [idiom]
donner une secousse à qc. [en poussant]to give sth. a push
repousser brutalementto push away brutally
exagérerto push one's luck
se mettre en avantto push oneself forward
se mettre en vedetteto push oneself forward
se pousser du col [fam.]to push oneself forward [to be pushy]
fin. faire gonfler les prixto push prices up
acculer qn. à faire qc.to push sb. into doing sth.
pousser qn. à faire qc.to push sb. into doing sth.
pousser qn. à faire qc.to push sb. to do sth.
renfoncer qc. [bouchon]to push sth. further in
pousser qc. à l'extrêmeto push sth. to extremes
pousser qc. trop lointo push sth. too far
faire œuvre nouvelleto push the envelope [idiom] [innovate]
4 Words: Others
d'emblée {adv}at the first push [idiom]
Si tu continues tu vas me trouver ! [loc.]Don't push your luck! [idiom]
4 Words: Verbs
auto aider qn. à pousserto help sb. by push starting [vehicle]
brûler la politesse à qn.to push in ahead of sb.
griller la politesse à qn.to push in ahead of sb.
pousser le bouchon trop loin [loc.]to push it a bit [coll.]
se frayer un chemin à travers qc. [foule, chambre]to push one's way through sth.
précipiter qn. dans l'escalierto push sb. down the stairs
pousser qn. jusqu'à la dernière extrémité [aussi fig.]to push sb. to the brink [also fig.]
mettre qn. en avant [pour le faire valoir] [fig.]to push sb. to the front [fig.]
reléguer qn./qc. au second planto push sb./sth. into the background
faire les choses en grand [loc.]to push the boat out [Br.] [idiom]
pousser la porte [pour ouvrir]to push the door open
donner l'alarmeto push the panic button [idiom]
comm. faire monter les enchèresto push up the bidding
5+ Words: Others
au pireif push comes to shove [fig.]
5+ Words: Verbs
enfoncer un bouchon dans une bouteilleto push a cork into a bottle
faire reculer les limites du possibleto push back the bounds of possibility
fendre la fouleto push one's way through the crowd
aller jusqu'à la limite de ses forcesto push oneself to the limit
précipiter qn. par la fenêtreto push sb. out of the window
psych. refouler qc. [réprimer]to push sth. to the back of one's mind [idiom]
meub. approcher les lits l'un de l'autreto push the beds closer together
pol. faire basculer le pays dans l'extrémismeto push the country into extremism
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