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  • EN [ ˈpʊʃə(r)]
  • US [ ˈpʊʃɚ]

English definition


  • 1. one who intrudes or pushes himself forward

  • 2. an unlicensed dealer in illegal drugs

  • 3. someone who pushes

  • 4. a sandal attached to the foot by a thong over the toes

  • 5. a small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around

Example sentences

  • This paper introduces the structure and working principle of the cage pusher driven by hydraulic power.

  • Not only am I an addict, I am also a pusher.

  • Discover pusher was knocked later, feel inappropriate.

  • I'm sick and tired of a pen pusher without a future, I'm dying to a hop.

  • The tool pusher is fishing a cutter.

  • We have been waging a desperate campaign against the drug pusher.

  • The pusher, tandem design results in maximum visibility for greater enjoyment & safety.

  • The rack type pusher designed by Chongqing Steel is in good condition.

  • This paper introduces emphases, difficulty and countermeasure in the construction of pusher type continuous reheating furnace.

  • Ethel is a pusher at the same company for 25 year.

  • Ethel is a pencil pusher at the same company for 25 years.

  • This paper introduces the technical improvement of continuous pusher furnace.

  • He wasn't happy in his job because he was just a paper pusher.

  • Early on 14 November Ely Curtiss's pusher biplane was hoisted aboard.

  • Achieve healthy looking nails with the dual end cuticle pusher.

  • A pusher propeller has been fitted at the rear of the X 2 to provide extra oomph.

  • When a drug pusher offered the Los Angeles youngster $100 to peddle drugs, Jack refused.


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