Definitions for propelprəˈpɛl
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cause to move forward with force
"Steam propels this ship"
motivate, actuate, propel, move, prompt, incite(verb)
give an incentive for action
"This moved me to sacrifice my career"
To cause to move in a certain direction.
To make to arrive to a certain situation or result.
Origin: Historically (late ) meant "expel, drive out". From propello, from pro- "forward" and pello.
to drive forward; to urge or press onward by force; to move, or cause to move; as, the wind or steam propels ships; balls are propelled by gunpowder
Origin: [L. propellere, propulsum; pro forward + pellere to drive. See Pulse a beating.]
Propel is a free, open-source object-relational mapping toolkit written in PHP. It is also an integral part of the PHP framework Symfony and was the default ORM up to, and including version 1.2.
Headquartered in Redwood City, California, Propel builds, owns and operates a network of Clean Fuel Points - green-built, self-serve filling stations providing convenient access to clean, American, low carbon fuels. The company offers drivers and fleets a cleaner fuel choice that makes progress towards lowering America's dependence on foreign oil, reducing carbon emissions, and creating jobs. Propel has also developed CleanDriveÂ®, the nation's first integrated carbon emission reduction tracking platform. Propel operates a growing network of locations providing cleaner mobility options in California and Washington State.
Translations for propel
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- pohánět, hnátCzech
- liikuttaa, kuljettaa, aiheuttaa, johdattaa, työntääFinnish
- catapulter, propulserFrench
- spàrr, cuir air adhartScottish Gaelic
- առաջ մղել, խթանելArmenian
- propulsar, movarIdo
- whakaneke, tītokoMāori
- двигать, продвигатьRussian
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