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shove
British English: /ʃʌv/
American English: /ʃəv/

Translation of shove in German:

noun

  • Stoß, der
    little shove
    Schubs, der
    [colloquial]
    a shove with one's foot
    ein Tritt [mit dem Fuß]
    ein Fußtritt
    get the shove
    [colloquial] [colloquial]
    give somebody the shove
    [colloquial]
    jemanden rausschmeißen
    [colloquial]

transitive verb

intransitive verb

  • [colloquial]
    shove past the vehicles/through the crowd
    [colloquial]
    sich an den Fahrzeugen vorbei/durch die Menge drängeln
    [colloquial] push 2 1, → push 3 4

Phrasal verbs

shove about

shove along

[colloquial]
transitive verb
intransitive verb
sich vorwärts schieben
[figurative] [colloquial] (depart) [colloquial]

shove around

transitive verb [colloquial]
herumschieben
[figurative]
herumschubsen
[colloquial]

shove away

transitive verb
[colloquial]
wegschubsen
[colloquial]

shove off

transitive verb [colloquial] 1
(away)
wegschubsen
[colloquial]
2
(down)
runterschubsen
[colloquial]
intransitive verb 1 [colloquial]
(move boat from shore)
2 [colloquial]
(depart) [colloquial]

shove over

[colloquial]
transitive verb
rüberschieben
[colloquial]
intransitive verb
rüberrücken
[colloquial]

shove past

intransitive verb
[colloquial]
sich vorbeidrängeln od. -quetschen
[colloquial]

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