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push

美 [pʊʃ]
英 [pʊʃ]
  • v.推动;推进;按;推销
  • n.推;激励;鼓励;搡
  • 网络推送;异能;压入
第三人称单数:pushes  现在分词:pushing  过去式:pushed  
push
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v.
用手╱胳膊╱身体using hands/arms/body
1.
[i][t]
推动(人或物);移动(身体部位)to use your hands, arms or body in order to make sb/sth move forward or away from you; to move part of your body into a particular position
We pushed and pushed but the piano wouldn't move.
我们推了又推,但钢琴一动不动。
Push hard when I tell you to.
我叫你推时,你就使劲推。
You push and I'll pull.
你推,我拉。
She pushed at the door but it wouldn't budge.
她推了推门,但门纹丝不动。
He walked slowly up the hill pushing his bike.
他推着自行车缓缓爬上山。
She pushed the cup towards me.
她把杯子推向我这边。
He pushed his chair back and stood up.
他向后挪挪椅子,站了起来。
He tried to kiss her but she pushed him away.
他想吻她,但她把他推开了。
She pushed her face towards him.
她把脸凑近了他。
I pushed the door open.
我推开了门。
2.
[i][t]
推进(道路);挤开to use force to move past sb/sth using your hands, arms, etc.
People were pushing and shoving to get to the front.
人们推推搡搡,向最前面挤。
The fans pushed against the barrier.
球迷们推挤着栅栏门。
Try and push your way through the crowd.
试着从人群中挤过去。
影响affect sth
3.
[t]
~ sth + adv./prep.
推动;促使(达到某程度或状态)to affect sth so that it reaches a particular level or state
This development could push the country into recession.
这种新情况可能使国家陷入萧条。
The rise in interest rates will push prices up.
利率的提高将促使价格上扬。
开关;按钮switch/button
4.
[t]
~ sth
按;揿;摁to press a switch, button, etc., for example in order to make a machine start working
I pushed the button for the top floor.
我按了到顶层的按钮。
劝说persuade
5.
[t]
说服;劝解;鼓励;敦劝to persuade or encourage sb to do sth that they may not want to do
My teacher pushed me into entering the competition.
我的老师劝我参加比赛。
No one pushed you to take the job, did they?
谁也没推着你接受这份工作,对不对?
辛勤工作work hard
6.
[t]
~ sb/yourself
鞭策;督促to make sb work hard
The music teacher really pushes her pupils.
这个音乐老师对学生督促得很严。
Lucy should push herself a little harder.
露西应该鞭策自己多加把劲了。
施压put pressure on sb
7.
[t]
(informal)
~ sb (+ adv./prep.)
迫使…生气(或不安)to put pressure on sb and make them angry or upset
Her parents are very tolerant, but sometimes she pushes them too far.
她的父母十分宽容,但她有时也让他们忍无可忍。
新主意╱产品new idea/product
8.
[t]
(informal)
~ sth
力劝…接受;推销to try hard to persuade people to accept or agree with a new idea, buy a new product, etc.
The interview gave him a chance to push his latest movie.
这次采访使他有机会推销他的新电影。
She didn't want to push the point any further at that moment.
当时她不想继续强调那个观点。
贩毒sell drugs
9.
[t]
(informal)
~ sth
贩卖毒品to sell illegal drugs
军队of army
10.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
挺进;推进to move forward quickly through an area
The army pushed (on) towards the capital.
军队向首都挺进。
IDM
be pushing 40, 50, etc.
(informal)
接近 40 岁(或 50 岁等)to be nearly 40, 50, etc. years old
be pushing up (the) daisies
葬入地下;正忙着滋养冢上黄花to be dead and in a grave
push the boat out
(informal)
挥霍享乐;铺张庆贺to spend a lot of money on enjoying yourself or celebrating sth
He is a performer who consistently pushes the envelope of TV comedy.
他是一个在电视喜剧表演中不断寻求突破的演员。
push the envelope
(informal)
超越界线;突破to go beyond the limits of what is allowed or thought to be possible
He is a performer who consistently pushes the envelope of TV comedy.
他是一个在电视喜剧表演中不断寻求突破的演员。
You didn't get caught last time, but don't push your luck!
上次没被逮住,但你不要再心存侥幸了!
push your luck|push it/things
(informal)
(由于过去的成功过关)再冒一次险,继续碰运气to take a risk because you have successfully avoided problems in the past
You didn't get caught last time, but don't push your luck!
上次没被逮住,但你不要再心存侥幸了!
I tried to push the thought to the back of my mind.
我尽量把这个念头忘掉。
push sth to the back of your mind
刻意忘掉(不愉快的事);把…丢到脑后to try to forget about sth unpleasant
I tried to push the thought to the back of my mind.
我尽量把这个念头忘掉。
n.
用手╱胳膊╱身体using hands/arms/body
1.
推;搡an act of pushing sth/sb
She gave him a gentle push.
她轻轻地推了他一下。
The car won't start. Can you give it a push?
汽车发动不起来。你推一下好不好?
At the push of a button(= very easily) he could get a whole list of names.
他一按键就能得到完整的名单。
军队of army
2.
进攻;攻势;挺进a large and determined military attack
a final push against the enemy
对敌军的最后猛攻
The firm has begun a major push into the European market.
这家公司已大举进攻欧洲市场。
努力effort
3.
~ for sth
矢志的追求;坚定的努力a determined effort to achieve sth
The push for reform started in 2007.
推行改革的努力始于 2007 年。
4.
鼓励;激励encouragement to do sth
He wants to open his own business, but needs a push in the right direction to get him started.
他想创业,但还需要适当的鼓励助他起步。
IDM
We can provide accommodation for six people at a push.
我们勉强可以安排六个人住宿。
at a push
(informal)
不得已时;为难地;勉强地used to say that sth is possible, but only with difficulty
We can provide accommodation for six people at a push.
我们勉强可以安排六个人住宿。
They gave him the push after only six weeks.
他只干了六周就被开除了。
He was devastated when his girlfriend gave him the push.
女友把他甩了,他感到极度沮丧。
give sb/get the push
(informal)
(被)解雇,炒鱿鱼to dismiss sb/to be dismissed from your job
They gave him the push after only six weeks.
他只干了六周就被开除了。
(informal)
与某人结束恋爱关系;把(恋人)甩掉;被甩to end a romantic relationship with sb; to be told that a romantic relationship with sb is over
He was devastated when his girlfriend gave him the push.
女友把他甩了,他感到极度沮丧。
when push comes to shove
(informal)
别无选择时;须孤注一掷时when there is no other choice; when everything else has failed

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