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shove British & World English

Push (someone or something) roughly

force something down someone's throat British & World English

Force ideas or material on a person’s attention by repeatedly putting them forward

get the push British & World English

Be dismissed (or dismiss someone) from a job

shove up in shove British & World English

Move oneself to make room for someone

shove up British & World English

Move oneself to make room for someone

duck-shove British & World English

Avoid or evade (a responsibility or issue)

shove-halfpenny British & World English

A game in which coins are struck so that they slide across a marked board on a table

shove it in shove British & World English

Used to express angry dismissal of something

get the push in push British & World English

Be dismissed (or dismiss someone) from a job

force something down someone's throat in throat British & World English

Force ideas or material on a person’s attention by repeatedly putting them forward

when push comes to shove in push British & World English

When one must commit oneself to an action or decision

when push comes to shove British & World English

When one must commit oneself to an action or decision

shove English Thesaurus

she shoved him back into the chair

shove English-Spanish

empujar

shove-halfpenny English-Spanish

juego parecido al tejo

shove up English-Spanish

→ shove over

shove off English-Spanish

desatracar*

shove over English-Spanish

correrse un poco

shove about English-Spanish

→ shove around

shove around English-Spanish

darle* empujones

to shove one's way in shove English-Spanish

abrirse* paso a empujones

to give sth/sb a shove in shove English-Spanish

darle* un empujón a algo/a algn

shove off, I'm trying to read in shove English-Spanish

lárgate, estoy tratando de leer

shove off, I'm trying to read in shove off English-Spanish

lárgate, estoy tratando de leer

shove the bed up against the wall in shove English-Spanish

empuja la cama contra la pared

I told him he could shove it in shove English-Spanish

le dije dónde se lo podía meter, le dije que se lo metiera (por) donde le cupiese

shove over o up a bit, will you? in shove English-Spanish

¿te puedes correr un poco (para allá)?

shove over o up a bit, will you? in shove over English-Spanish

¿te puedes correr un poco (para allá)?

he tried to shove the blame onto me in shove English-Spanish

me quiso cargar el muerto, me quiso echar la culpa

to put o shove o stick one's oar in in oar English-Spanish

meter las narices, entrometerse