push out

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push to thrust outward
push the boat out
to do something, especially spend money, more extravagantly than usual, particularly for a celebration
pushout
Given a pair of arrows f: X\rightarrow Y and g: X\rightarrow Z with a common domain, X, their pushout is a pair of arrows u: Y\rightarrow P and v: Z\rightarrow P with common codomain, P, such that the equation u\circ f = v\circ g is satisfied, and for which there is the universal property that for any other object W for which there are also arrows m: Y\rightarrow W, n: Z\rightarrow W; there is a unique arrow k: P\rightarrow W such that k\circ u = m and k\circ v = n
push-out
During a stock split, a push-out occurs when new shares are forwarded directly to the registered holders of old share certificates, without the holders having to surrender these old shares Both old and new shares have equal value
push-out
The area of a page on a saddle-stitched book where the thickness of the pages causes the middle pages to be extended beyond the trim of the cover Push-Out is always trimmed off after binding
push out

    Turkish pronunciation

    pûş aut

    Pronunciation

    /ˈpo͝osʜ ˈout/ /ˈpʊʃ ˈaʊt/

    Etymology

    [ 'push ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English pusshen, from Middle French poulser to beat, push, from Old French, from Latin pulsare, frequentative of pellere to drive, strike; more at FELT.

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