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Push as hard as you can.
She gently pushed him away.
He was pushing a trolley around the supermarket.
He pushed at a door in the courtyard.
Rebecca pushed her handkerchief into her pocket.
The table had been pushed against the wall.
I pushed open the door with my foot.
To turn on the television, you push this switch.
Stop pushing and just wait your turn.
Pushing to the front of the queue, he managed to get the last tickets.
He just pushed past Fred and left.
I was pushing my way through the crowd.
People were pushing and shoving, trying to get to the best seats first.
He saw the interview as an opportunity to push his latest film.
The Bank of England had pushed up interest rates sharply to protect the pound from speculators.
The strong sunshine had pushed temperatures into the nineties.
The United States pushed NATO to authorize military intervention.
The police pushed her into giving evidence.
A lot of parents push their children, but my dad only ever encourages and supports me.
If you push him too far, he’ll resign.
Government troops pushed into the northern sector.