push forward
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  • push forward — phrasal verb Word forms push forward : present tense I/you/we/they push forward he/she/it pushes forward present participle pushing forward past tense pushed forward past participle pushed forward 1) [intransitive] same as push ahead push forward …   English dictionary

  • push forward — phr verb Push forward is used with these nouns as the object: ↑idea …   Collocations dictionary

  • push forward — Synonyms and related words: advance, advantage, boost, conduce to, contribute to, crowd, drive on, encourage, expedite, facilitate, favor, forge ahead, forward, further, go slow, hasten, inch forward, lend wings to, make for, muddle through,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • push forward — see push ahead …   English dictionary

  • push forward — verb push one s way she barged into the meeting room • Syn: ↑barge, ↑thrust ahead • See Also: ↑barge in (for: ↑barge) • Hypernyms …   Useful english dictionary

  • push forward with something — ˌpush aˈhead/ˈforward (with sth) derived to continue with a plan in a determined way • The government is pushing ahead with its electoral reforms. Main entry: ↑pushderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • push ahead — ˌpush a ˈhead push forward [intransitive] [present tense I/you/we/they push ahead he/she/it pushes ahead present participle pushing ahead …   Useful english dictionary

  • forward — (adv.) O.E. forewearde toward the front; see FORE (Cf. fore) + WARD (Cf. ward). The verb is first recorded 1590s, to help push forward; meaning to send (a letter, etc.) on to another destination is from 1757. Related: Forwarded; forwarding. Adj.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • push — push1 [ puʃ ] verb *** ▸ 1 move someone/something away ▸ 2 press button on machine ▸ 3 move through group ▸ 4 encourage/force someone ▸ 5 try to sell something ▸ 6 make something reach level ▸ 7 sell illegal drugs ▸ 8 make impatient/annoyed ▸ 9… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • push — 1 /pUS/ verb 1 MOVE (I, T) to make someone or something move by using your hands, arms, shoulders etc to put pressure on them: It s still stuck you ll have to push harder. | When I give the signal, I want you all to push. | push sb/sth: Johnson… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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