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Another word for push

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Verb
  1. To exert pressure

      1. To exert steady weight or force against:
      2. To move by applying pressure:
      3. To squeeze or clasp in fondness or concern:
      1. To carry (something) on one's person from one place to another:
      2. To move from one place to another while containing or supporting (something); convey or transport:
      3. To cause to move by or with steady pressure; push:
    See also:

    over

  2. To force to move or advance with or as if with blows or pressure

    See also:

    move

  3. To cause to stick out

      1. To push or drive quickly and forcefully:
      2. To cause to project or extend:
      3. To force into a specified condition or situation:
      1. To push quickly, forcefully, or roughly:
      2. To put (something) roughly in a place:
      3. To push someone or something with force.
      1. To push or jab at, as with a finger or an arm; prod.
      2. To make (a hole or pathway, for example) by or as if by prodding, elbowing, or jabbing:
      3. To push; thrust:
    See also:

    convex

  4. To force one's way into a place or situation

      1. A tissue composed of fibers capable of contracting to effect bodily movement.
      2. A contractile organ consisting of a special bundle of muscle tissue, which moves a particular bone, part, or substance of the body:
      3. Muscular strength:
      1. To push quickly, forcefully, or roughly:
      2. To put (something) roughly in a place:
      3. To push someone or something with force.
  5. To do or achieve by forcing obstacles out of one's way

    See also:

    push

  6. To make known vigorously the positive features of (a product)

      1. An object, such as a cork or a wad of cloth, used to fill a hole tightly; a stopper.
      2. A dense mass of material that obstructs a passage.
      3. A usually cylindrical or conic piece cut from something larger, often as a sample.
      1. Any of various thick, dark, sticky substances obtained from the distillation residue of coal tar, wood tar, or petroleum and used for waterproofing, roofing, caulking, and paving.
      2. Any of various natural bitumens, such as mineral pitch or asphalt.
      3. A resin derived from the sap of various coniferous trees, as the pines.
      1. (idiomatic) To talk about (something or someone) to make it seem as good as possible or to draw positive attention to it.
      2. (idiomatic, intransitive) To talk louder.
      3. (intransitive) To speak in a plain and candid way.
      1. To give publicity to or draw public attention to:
      1. To raise to a more important or responsible job or rank.
      2. To advance (a student) to the next higher grade.
      3. To contribute to the progress or growth of; further.
      1. To make popular:
      2. To present in a widely understandable or acceptable form:
      1. To shed tears, especially as a result of strong emotion such as grief, sorrow, pain, or joy.
      2. To call loudly; shout.
      3. To utter a characteristic sound or call. Used of an animal.
      1. (intransitive, idiomatic) To accumulate, to pile up, to increase in stages.
      2. (idiomatic) To strengthen.
      3. Alternative form of buildup.
      1. Sensational or clamorous advertising or publicity.
      2. Noisy shouting or uproar.
      3. To advertise or publicize by sensational methods.
      1. To make public announcement of, especially to proclaim the qualities or advantages of (a product or business) so as to increase sales.
      2. To make known; call attention to:
      3. To warn or notify:
    See also:

    knowledge

  7. To engage in the illicit sale of (narcotics)

      1. To travel about selling (wares):
      2. To engage in the illicit sale of (narcotics).
      3. To seek to disseminate; give out:
      1. To give out in shares or portions; apportion:
      2. To distribute (playing cards) among players.
      3. To give (a specific card) to a player while so distributing.
Noun
  1. An act or instance of using force so as to propel ahead

      1. To push or drive quickly and forcefully:
      2. To cause to project or extend:
      3. To force into a specified condition or situation:
      1. To push quickly, forcefully, or roughly:
      2. To put (something) roughly in a place:
      3. To push someone or something with force.
      1. To hit or push against with the head or horns; ram.
      2. To hit or push something with the head or horns.
      3. To project forward or out.
    See also:

    push

  2. An organized effort to accomplish a purpose

      1. The act or an instance of moving; a change in place or position.
      2. A particular manner of moving.
      3. A change in the location of troops, ships, or aircraft for tactical or strategic purposes.
      1. To push, propel, or press onward forcibly; urge forward:
      2. To repulse or put to flight by force or influence:
      3. To guide, control, or direct (a vehicle).
      1. Any of the military expeditions undertaken by European Christians in the 11th, 12th, and 13th centuries to recover control of the Holy Land from the Muslims.
      2. A holy war undertaken with papal sanction.
      3. A concerted effort or vigorous movement for a cause or against an abuse:
      1. A series of military operations undertaken to achieve a large-scale objective during a war:
      2. An operation or series of operations energetically pursued to accomplish a purpose:
      3. To engage in an operation planned to achieve a certain goal:
  3. Something that causes and encourages a given response

    See also:

    cause

  4. An aggressive readiness along with energy to undertake taxing efforts

Idioms:

    push on

  1. To move along a particular course

Another word for push

Noun
Verb
  1. To press against

    See also:

    force

  2. To move by pushing

  3. To promote

    See also:

    promote

  4. *To sell illegally

    See also:

    sell