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thrust US English

Push (something or someone) suddenly or violently in the specified direction

thrust US Thesaurus

she thrust her hands into her pockets

thrust in thrust US English

Push (something or someone) suddenly or violently in the specified direction

pelvic thrust US English

A repeated thrusting movement of the pelvis, especially as performed by a man during, or in imitation of, sexual intercourse

squat thrust US English

An exercise in which the legs are thrust backward to their full extent from a squatting position with the hands on the floor

thrust block US English

A casting or frame carrying or containing the bearings on which the collars of a propeller shaft press

thrust slice US English

A relatively thin, broad mass of rock situated between two approximately parallel thrust faults

thrust stage US English

A stage that extends into the auditorium so that the audience is seated around three sides

thrust bearing US English

A bearing designed to take a load in the direction of the axis of a shaft, especially one transmitting the thrust of a propeller shaft to the hull of a ship

thrust reverser US English

A device for reversing the flow of gas from a jet engine so as to produce a retarding backward force

cut and thrust US English

The use of both the edge and the point of one’s sword while fighting

thrust something on/upon in thrust US English

Force (someone) to accept or deal with something

upthrust US English

The upward force that a liquid or gas exerts on a body floating in it

cut and thrust in cut US English

The use of both the edge and the point of one’s sword while fighting

outthrust US English

Extended outward

thrust fault in thrust US English

A reverse fault of low angle, with older strata displaced horizontally over younger