Definition of push in in English:

push in

British Go in front of people who are already queuing: they scowled at him because they thought he was trying to push in at the head of the queue
More example sentences
  • You find yourself rubbing shoulders with some household names and being a little in awe of the whole thing, but by about day three you don't care who you're pushing in front of in the canteen queue.
  • Seething with suppressed fury when someone cuts you up in traffic or pushes in front of you in a shop queue is a sure way to develop a raging headache, says a US researcher.
  • She then pushed in front of me in the queue, demanded a discount and got it.
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