shove along

shove along
shove along 1) бутам, тласкам напред; 2) мъкна се, влача се; 3) пробивам си път;

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  • shove — [shuv] vt., vi. shoved, shoving [ME shoven < OE scufan, akin to ON skufa, Ger schieben < IE base * skeubh , to throw, shove > SCOFF1] 1. to push or thrust, as along a surface 2. to push roughly or hastily n. the act or an instance of… …   English World dictionary

  • Shove — Shove, v. i. 1. To push or drive forward; to move onward by pushing or jostling. [1913 Webster] 2. To move off or along by an act pushing, as with an oar a pole used by one in a boat; sometimes with off. [1913 Webster] He grasped the oar, eceived …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • shove off — [v] leave quickly blow, clear out, depart, exit, get off, go, go away, pull out, push off, quit, run along, start out, take off, vamoose*; concept 195 Ant. arrive, come …   New thesaurus

  • shove — 1 verb 1 (I, T) to push someone or something, in a rough or careless way, using your hands or shoulders: shove sb aside/into etc: Secret Service men shoved people aside to make way for the President. | shove sb/sth: Stop shoving me or I ll tell… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • shove — shove1 S3 [ʃʌv] v [: Old English; Origin: scufan to push away ] 1.) [I and T] to push someone or something in a rough or careless way, using your hands or shoulders ▪ He shoved her towards the car. ▪ Everyone was pushing and shoving to see the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • shove — shove1 shover, n. /shuv/, v., shoved, shoving, n. v.t. 1. to move along by force from behind; push. 2. to push roughly or rudely; jostle. 3. Slang (often vulgar). to go to hell with: Voters are telling Congress to shove its new tax plan. v.i. 4.… …   Universalium

  • shove — v. & n. v. 1 tr. (also absol.) push vigorously; move by hard or rough pushing (shoved him out of the way). 2 intr. (usu. foll. by along, past, through, etc.) make one s way by pushing (shoved through the crowd). 3 tr. colloq. put somewhere… …   Useful english dictionary

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