pushing

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English - Turkish
{s} girişken
{f} it
pişkin
girgin
iten
sıkılmaz
iterek
push sıkıştır/it
sataşkan
yüzsüz/girişken
enerjik
{s} becerikli
{s} itici
küstah
{i} itiş
{s} yüzsüz
{s} sırnaşık
{i} itme

Kelimeleri cümlenin başına doğru geri itme sayesinde, sonda sadece onlardan ikisi kaldı: Mary, Tom. - By dint of pushing the words back to the beginning of the sentence, there only remained the two of them at the end: Mary, Tom.

Arabayı sırayla itmek zorunda kaldılar. - They had to take turns pushing the car.

{s} atak
itmek

Arabayı sırayla itmek zorunda kaldılar. - They had to take turns pushing the car.

push
itelemek
push
itmek

Açmak için o kapıyı itmek zorundasın. - You have to push that door to open it.

Bisikletimi itmek zorunda kaldım çünkü lastiği patladı. - I had to push my bicycle because I had a flat tire.

pushing and prodding
ağzından girip burnundan çıkmak
pushing back
geri itme
pushing the envelope
zarf bastırıyor
pushing through
ile itme
pushing up
yukarı itmek
pushing forward
ilerletme
pushing foul
(Spor) iterek yapılan faul
pushing up the daisies
öbür dünyayı boylamış olmak
pushing up the daisies
ölmüş olmak
pushing vehicle
itici makine
pushing vehicle
itici araç
push
{f} çaba harcamak
push
{f} yürütmek
be pushing
yaklaşmak
push
{f} uğraşmak
push
(Bilgisayar) zorla

Tom sınırları zorlamayı sever. - Tom likes to push the limits.

Onlar güneyi zorlamaya devam etti. - They continued to push south.

push
{f} merdiven dayamak
push
sürme
push
dürtüşmek
push
sürmek
push
kampanya
push
dayanmak
push
basmak

Yapmanız gereken tek şey bu butona basmaktır. - All you have to do is to push this button.

Bütün yapman gereken, bu tuşa basmak. - All you have to do is push this button.

magnetron pushing
manyetron itmesi
push
enerji
push
girginlik
push
güç
push
{f} baskı yapmak
push
destek
push
reklamını yapmak
push
kakma
push
{f} zorlamak

Kendini çok zorlamak istemiyorsun. - You don't want to push yourself too hard.

Şansımı zorlamak istemedim. - I didn't want to push my luck.

push
it
push
bastırmak
push
yardım

Öğrenciler arabayı itmek için yardım etmemizi istedi. - The students wanted us to help push the car.

Arabam çamura saplanmış. Onu dışarı itmem için bana yardımcı olabilir misin? - My car is stuck in the mud. Could you help me push it out?

push
uyuşturucu satmak
push
girişkenlik
push
işten kovulma
push
yaşına merdiven dayamak
push
dürtme
push
itme

Kelimeleri cümlenin başına doğru geri itme sayesinde, sonda sadece onlardan ikisi kaldı: Mary, Tom. - By dint of pushing the words back to the beginning of the sentence, there only remained the two of them at the end: Mary, Tom.

Arabayı sırayla itmek zorunda kaldılar. - They had to take turns pushing the car.

push
{f} reklâmla satmak
push
atılma
push
ilerleme

Engellere rağmen ilerlemeye devam ettik. - We pushed ahead despite the obstacles.

push
hücum
She´s pushing seventy
k. dili Yaşı yetmişe dayandı
be pushing up daisies
(deyim) olup gömülmüş olmak
push
ıkınmak

I need you to push now. (Doğum esnasında doktorların söylediği bir lafdır.).

be pushing
yaklaşmak (yaş)
be pushing
merdiven dayamak
push
arkasını bırakmamak
push
{f} özellikle -i sattırmaya/kabul
push
sıkıştırma
push
{i} zor durum
push
topluluk
push
zorla kabul ettirmek
push
kakmak
push
hamle
push
grup
push
ile

Tom kalabalığı yararak ilerledi. - Tom pushed through the crowd.

Modern yöntemler endüstriyi ilerletti. - Modern methods have pushed industry forward.

push
{i} sıkışık durum
push
{f} sıkıştırmak
push
push about öteye beriye kakmak
push
{i} çete
push
{f} itmek, dürtmek
push
{i} atak
push
üzerine hücum etmek
push
{i} zorlama

Şansımı zorlamak istemedim. - I didn't want to push my luck.

Kendini çok zorlamak istemiyorsun. - You don't want to push yourself too hard.

push
{i} gayret
push
tazyik etmek
push
{i} kitle
push
sevketmek
push
arka çıkan kimse
push
{i} itiş
push
{i} çaba
push
boynuz ile vurmak
push
dili kanunsuz yoldan uyuşturucu madde satmak
push
{f} yaklaşmak (yaş)
push
kakışm
push
{f} devam etmek
push
{f} (düğme v.b.'ne) basmak
push
torpil
English - English
Dealing illicit drugs, especially to minors
Present participle of push
{a} thrusting, enterprising, eager
(adj) impertinently self-assertive
marked by ambition, energy, enterprise, and initiative
(adj) enterprising, resourceful, or aggressively ambitious
marked by tactless forwardness or officious intrusiveness
{s} applying force, shoving
Recreational Riding : Undesirable tendency of some ATVs to continue going straight when you turn the handlebars Quad Jump : Racing : 4 jumps at once
marked by aggressive ambition and energy and initiative; "an aggressive young exective"; "a pushful insurance agent"; "a pushing youth intent on getting on in the world"
Handling characteristics of a car where its front end tends to "push" or "plow" toward the outside wall in a corner Also called "understeer"
a certificate revocation list (CRL) delivery model in which the certificate authority (CA) delivers users new CRLs as soon as it revokes a certificate A pushing problem is the computer time used just to receive and process revoked certificates even if there aren't any relevant revoked certificates on the CRL Also, since the CRL is pushed, the CA and the user must ensure BlackHat doesn't intercept and delete the pushed CRL even before it reaches the user
A foul called when one player uses his hands or arms to shove a player on the other team The penalty for this foul is a direct free kick
The final effort to get a ten-pound baby through an opening the size of a dime
Not enough steering When a driver turns his steering wheel, and the car doesn't turn but keeps going forward, the driver feels as if something is pushing the car
Present tense of to push
{i} act of pressing; act of placing pressure on; act of shoving, act of jostling, act of thrusting from behind
Pressing forward in business; enterprising; driving; energetic; also, forward; officious, intrusive
The car resists turning because of a lack of grip Also known as understeer
using normal promotion effort-personal selling, advertising, and sales promotion-to help sell the whole marketing mix to possible channel members
Giving a warrior an action on two consecutive turns
the act of applying force in order to move something away; "he gave the door a hard push"; "the pushing is good exercise"
If you say that someone is pushing a particular age, you mean that they are nearly that age. Pushing 40, he was an ageing rock star. = almost, going on. be pushing 40/60 etc to be nearly 40, 60 etc years old - used only about older people
As in: "The kart is pushing in the corners" Another term for understeer
pushing off
Present participle of push off
pushing school
A brothel or a fencing school
pushing schools
plural form of pushing school
pushing up daisies
Dead
pushing-school
Alternative spelling of pushing school
pushing daisies
(Televizyon) Pushing Daisies is an American television comedy-drama created by Bryan Fuller (creator of Dead Like Me and Wonderfalls) who also serves as executive producer alongside Bruce Cohen, Dan Jinks, Brooke Kennedy and Barry Sonnenfeld. The pilot episode was also directed by Sonnenfeld, whose last series television project for ABC was the 1998 revival of Fantasy Island
pushing around
bothering, harassing, bullying
push
A short, directed application of force; an act of pushing

Give the door a hard push if it sticks.

push
To make an all-in bet
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To apply a force to an object such that it moves away from the person applying the force

You need to push quite hard to get this door open.

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To make a higher bid at an auction
push
To continue to attempt to persuade a person into a particular course of action
push
The situation where a server sends data to a client without waiting for a request, as in server push, push technology
push
To continually attempt to persuade (a person) into a particular course of action
push
To tense the muscles in the abdomen in order to expel its contents

During childbirth, there are times when the obstetrician advises the woman not to push.

push
To apply a force to (an object) such that it moves away from the person or thing applying the force

In his anger he pushed me against the wall and threatened me.

push
A wager that results in no loss or gain for the bettor as a result of a tie or even score
push
Moving the ball along the ground by a pushing movement of the stick Both the head of the stick and the ball are in contact with the ground
push
{v} to thrust, press forward, go urge, teaze
push
{n} a thrust, assault, trial, need, pimple, spot
be pushing up daisies
(deyim) (HUMOROUS) to be dead

I'll be pushing up the daisies long before it happens.

be pushing up the daisies
(deyim) (HUMOROUS) to be dead

I'll be pushing up the daisies long before it happens.

push
strive and make an effort to reach a goal; "She tugged for years to make a decent living"; "We have to push a little to make the deadline!"; "She is driving away at her doctoral thesis"
push
If an army pushes into a country or area that it is attacking or invading, it moves further into it. One detachment pushed into the eastern suburbs towards the airfield The army may push southwards into the Kurdish areas. = advance Push is also a noun. All that was needed was one final push, and the enemy would be vanquished once and for all
push
A thrust with a pointed instrument, or with the end of a thing
push
move with force, "He pushed the table into a corner"
push
Player and dealer tie The money bet is retained by the player
push
move strenuously and with effort; "The crowd pushed forward"
push
To bear hard upon; to perplex; to embarrass
push
Technology used to force information from a centralized server to another server or client
push
To press or urge forward; to drive; to push an objection too far
push
A software program that retrieves information from web sites and deposits a copy on the user's computer to view offline This is in contrast to traditional pull technology, where the user must manually seek and find information on the World Wide Web See also channel
push
make strenuous pushing movements during birth to expel the baby; "`Now push hard,' said the doctor to the woman"
push
To make a thrust; to shove; as, to push with the horns or with a sword
push
to push the boat out: see boat to push your luck: see luck if push comes to shove: see shove
push
The faculty of overcoming obstacles; aggressive energy; as, he has push, or he has no push
push
To continually attempt to promote (a point of view)
push
{f} shove, thrust; urge, prod; apply pressure; promote an initiative; sell drugs
push
An act of tensing the muscles of the abdomen in order to expel its contents
push
What the dealer does with the pot when he or she figures out who the winner is Because of the nature of poker tables, the dealer can almost always orient him- or herself so as to be facing the winner of the pot From this position, pushing the pot (literally, the chips in the pot) will result in the movement of the pot towards the winner of the hand, so that the player can add the chips to his or her stacks Aren't you glad you asked?
push
press, drive, or impel (someone) to action or completion of an action; "He pushed her to finish her doctorate"
push
repel
push
Push is a special way of receiving information from the Web Rather that having to click around the Web for information, the information you want is sent to you automatically Netscape Netcaster uses push technology
push
A marching or drill maneuver/manoeuvre performed by moving a formation (especially a company front) forward or toward the audience, usually to accompany a dramatic climax or crescendo in the music
push
An assault or attack; an effort; an attempt; hence, the time or occasion for action
push
To burst pot, as a bud or shoot
push
To push a value or amount up or down means to cause it to increase or decrease. Any shortage could push up grain prices Interest had pushed the loan up to $27,000
push
If you push someone to do something or push them into doing it, you encourage or force them to do it. She thanks her parents for keeping her in school and pushing her to study James did not push her into stealing the money I knew he was pushing himself to the limit and felt rather anxious There is no point in pushing them unless they are talented and they enjoy it. Push is also a noun. We need a push to take the first step
push
Any thrust
push
To expose film at a higher film speed rating than normal, then to compensate in part for the resulting underexposure by giving greater development than normal This permits shooting at a dimmer light level, a faster shutter speed, or a smaller aperture than would otherwise be possible s
push
Is the delivery ("pushing of') of information that is initiated by the server rather than being requested ("pulled") by a user Pointcast is the most well known push service that pushes information based on the users profile
push
A gentle shot with backspin, struck with an open paddle against the bottom of the ball and usually hit short and low
push
an electrical switch operated by pressing a button; "the elevator was operated by push buttons"; "the push beside the bed operated a buzzer at the desk"
push
exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person; be an advocate for; "The liberal party pushed for reforms"; "She is crusading for women's rights"; "The Dean is pushing for his favorite candidate"
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the act of applying force in order to move something away; "he gave the door a hard push"; "the pushing is good exercise" an effort to advance; "the army made a push toward the sea" the force used in pushing; "the push of the water on the walls of the tank"; "the thrust of the jet engines" press, drive, or impel (someone) to action or completion of an action; "He pushed her to finish her doctorate" move with force, "He pushed the table into a corner" press against forcefully without being able to move; "she pushed against the wall with all her strength" move strenuously and with effort; "The crowd pushed forward" approach a certain age or speed; "She is pushing fifty" sell or promote the sale of (illegal goods such as drugs); "The guy hanging around the school is pushing drugs
push
In client/server applications, to send data to a client without the client requesting it The World Wide Web is based on a pull technology where the client browser must request a Web page before it is sent Broadcast media, on the other hand, are push technologies because they send information out regardless of whether anyone is tuned in Increasingly, companies are using the Internet to deliver information push-style One of the most successful examples of this is PointCast, which delivers customised news to users' desktops Probably the oldest and most widely used push technology is e-mail This is a push technology because you receive mail whether you ask for it or not -- that is, the sender pushes the message to the receiver
push
If you push through things that are blocking your way or push your way through them, you use force in order to move past them. I pushed through the crowds and on to the escalator He pushed his way towards her, laughing
push
The instruction used to deposit a word on top of a stack
push
When you push something, you use force to make it move away from you or away from its previous position. The woman pushed back her chair and stood up They pushed him into the car. a woman pushing a pushchair He put both hands flat on the door and pushed as hard as he could When there was no reply, he pushed the door open. Push is also a noun. He gave me a sharp push Information is called up at the push of a button
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sell or promote the sale of (illegal goods such as drugs); "The guy hanging around the school is pushing drugs
push
Is the delivery ("pushing of') of information that is initiated by the server rather than being requested ("pulled") by a user Pointcast is the most well known push service that pushes information based on the users profile
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If someone pushes an idea, a point, or a product, they try in a forceful way to convince people to accept it or buy it. Ministers will push the case for opening the plant
push
To thrust the points of the horns against; to gore
push
make publicity for; try to sell (a product); "The salesman is aggressively pushing the new computer model"; "The company is heavily advertizing their new laptops"
push
This is caused by the front tires loosing traction and creates a condition where it feels as if something is pushing the racecar and the driver can't turn the racecar enough to keep from going into the wall This can be caused by not having enough downforce on the front of the racecar Also known as "Understeer" or "Tight"
push
To press against with force; to drive or impel by pressure; to endeavor to drive by steady pressure, without striking; opposed to draw
push
{i} act of shoving or thrusting; shove, thrust; application of pressure; assault, attack; initiative, enterprise; help
push
A crowd; a company or clique of associates; a gang
push
A pustule; a pimple
push
Adds one or more elements to the end of an array and returns the array's new length
push
To promote a product with the intention of selling it
push
To approach; to come close to
push
n to lengthen a set; an attack where the player pistons their arm rather than swinging, "pushing" the ball across the net; an illegal lift
push
To importune; to press with solicitation; to tease
push
The technology that puts pre-selected content directly on your computer screen from the Internet without your need to browse for it With this technology, introduced by PointCast and Individual, Inc and added to 4th generation browsers, you can program your desktop, for example, to automatically receive such things as local weather, news headlines, selected stock reports, and sports scores for selected teams or events
push
To expose film at a higher ASA rating than normal, then to compensate in part for the resulting underexposure by giving greater development than normal This permits shooting at a dimmer light level, a faster shutter speed or a samlller aperture than would otherwise be possible
push
To make an advance, attack, or effort; to be energetic; as, a man must push in order to succeed
push
enterprising or ambitious drive; "Europeans often laugh at American energy"
push
(aka: "shove", "block") a shot that goes to the right of the intended line for a right-handed player Opposite of 'pull' Example: I guess I was afraid of the water hazard next to the green on the left because I pushed my approach shot to the right
push
sell or promote the sale of (illegal goods such as drugs); "The guy hanging around the school is pushing drugs"
push
an effort to advance; "the army made a push toward the sea"
push
If someone or something pushes an idea or project in a particular direction, they cause it to develop or progress in a particular way. We are continuing to push the business forward The government seemed intent on pushing local and central government in opposite directions
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If you push for something, you try very hard to achieve it or to persuade someone to do it. Britain's health experts are pushing for a ban on all cigarette advertising Germany is pushing for direct flights to be established. Push is also a noun. In its push for economic growth it has ignored projects that would improve living standards
push
pressure, impulse, or force, or force applied; a shove; as, to give the ball the first push
push
The technology that puts pre-selected content directly on your computer screen from the Internet without your need to search for it, such as local weather, news headlines, stock reports, and sports scores
push
1) In electronic marketing, to send data to another computer without a direct request from that computer 2) In networking, to send data from a server to a client in compliance with a previous request from the client, as soon as the data becomes available
push
Frequently used to describe data sent over the Internet; the act of sending data to a client computer without the client requesting it Example: a subscriptions service that delivers customized news to your desktop Contrast to browsing the World Wide Web which is based on "pull" technology; you must request a web page before it is sent to your computer
push
When the ball flies in an outward direction after being stuck Not the same as fade/slice as these are shots affected by spin
push
The Internet and the Web started as communications media through which users could request data But it didn't take long for some enterprising souls to see the value in "pushing" data to users based on predefined preferences In the push model, users don't hunt their way through what the Web has to offer Instead, they simply enter a variety of interests and needs into a server-side database Then the server collects all the information it feels is relevant and pushes the data to the user's desktop via client software, which is sometimes a standard browser but is often a proprietary interface like PointCast or the Yahoo News Ticker
push
A great effort (to do something)
push
approach a certain age or speed; "She is pushing fifty"
push
(noun) When a wrestler is given a higher spot on the card than the one he currently has, he is given a push Often a push will mean winning a title or being put in a program with a wrestler who is higher up on the card than the wrestler getting the push A 'negative push' works the opposite way - the wrestler is 'de-pushed'
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When someone pushes drugs, they sell them illegally. She was sent for trial yesterday accused of pushing drugs. = deal see also pushed, pushing
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If you get the push or are given the push, you are told that you are not wanted any more, either in your job or by someone you are having a relationship with. Two cabinet ministers also got the push
push
press against forcefully without being able to move; "she pushed against the wall with all her strength"
push
the force used in pushing; "the push of the water on the walls of the tank"; "the thrust of the jet engines"
push
the act of applying force in order to move something away; "he gave the door a hard push"; "the pushing is good exercise"
pushingly
aggressively, assertively, presumptuously
pushing

    Hyphenation

    push·ing

    Turkish pronunciation

    pûşîng

    Pronunciation

    /ˈpo͝osʜəɴɢ/ /ˈpʊʃɪŋ/

    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.

    Common Collocations

    pushing daisies

    Videos

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