pusher

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an aircraft with the propeller behind the fuselage
That which pushes
A drug dealer
(Spor) (Tennis) A defensive player who just use the power of their opponents to keep the ball on play, maximum they can do is create angles
an unlicensed dealer in illegal drugs
{i} drug dealer (Slang); counterpuncher, someone whose playing strategy is to play safe and keep the ball in play until their opponent makes enough mistakes to lose (Tennis)
a sandal attached to the foot by a thong over the toes someone who pushes an unlicensed dealer in illegal drugs one who intrudes or pushes himself forward
One who, or that which, pushes
A stone setting tool with a polished flat face or indented face used to push bezels or prongs over stones
(1) (B) overbidder
A "pusher aeroplane" is one with the engine and propeller at the rear The opposite is a "tractor aeroplane" All the early machines were pushers, but by 1914 the tractor was dominant Press 'Back' to return
A device, normally air powered, for diverting product 90 degrees from one conveyor line to another line, chute, etc
Peddler of drugs, in general; may mean peddler of Hard Drugs, as opposedto Dealer
someone who pushes
a small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around
A pusher is a person who sells illegal drugs. He was accused of acting as a carrier for drug pushers. = dealer. someone who sells illegal drugs
one who intrudes or pushes himself forward
a sandal attached to the foot by a thong over the toes
A baseline player who attempts to win points by keeping the rally alive until the opponent makes a mistake
drug pusher
A person who encourages people to take up illegal drugs, and then supplies that need for a price
pedal pusher
cyclist
pen-pusher
A person who performs routine office work, involving mainly paperwork

Investors may have a lopsided view of the company’s reputation simply because an uncaring pen pusher in the finance department responded lethargically to an investor’s query.

pencil pusher
One who does routine office work; someone involved mainly in paperwork
pencil-pusher
Alternative form of pencil pusher
stick pusher
An automated mechanical device connected to the control column of some aircraft, which pushes the column forward, thus increasing speed, if the pilot is approaching a stall
paper-pusher
someone whose job is doing unimportant office work British Equivalent: pen pusherAmerican Equivalent: pencil pusher
paper-pusher
a clerk or bureaucrat who does paperwork
pedal pusher
snug trousers ending at the calves; worn by women and girls
pen pusher
someone who has a boring unimportant job in an office
pen-pusher
disapproval If you call someone a pen-pusher, you mean that their work consists of writing or dealing with documents, and does not seem very useful or important. As a result, industry was overmanned and pen-pushers were everywhere. = bureaucrat
pencil pusher
disapproval If you call someone a pencil pusher, you mean that their work consists of writing or dealing with documents, and does not seem very useful or important. the pencil pushers who decide the course of people's lives. = bureaucrat. One whose job involves writing and other paperwork. someone who has a boring, unimportant job in an office
pushers
plural of pusher
pusher

    Hyphenation

    push·er

    Turkish pronunciation

    pûşır

    Pronunciation

    /ˈpo͝osʜər/ /ˈpʊʃɜr/

    Etymology

    [ 'pu-sh&r ] (noun.) 1591. to push + -er

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