Definitions for shoveʃʌv
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the act of shoving (giving a push to someone or something)
"he gave the door a shove"
come into rough contact with while moving
"The passengers jostled each other in the overcrowded train"
"the people pushed and shoved to get in line"
thrust, stuff, shove, squeeze(verb)
press or force
"Stuff money into an envelope"; "She thrust the letter into his hand"
A rough push.
An all-in bet.
To push, especially roughly or with force
To make an all-in bet.
To pass (counterfeit money).
Origin: scufan, from skeubanan. Cognate with Dutch schuiven, German schieben.
to drive along by the direct and continuous application of strength; to push; especially, to push (a body) so as to make it move along the surface of another body; as, to shove a boat on the water; to shove a table across the floor
to push along, aside, or away, in a careless or rude manner; to jostle
to push or drive forward; to move onward by pushing or jostling
to move off or along by an act pushing, as with an oar a pole used by one in a boat; sometimes with off
the act of shoving; a forcible push
p. p. of Shove
Origin: [OE. shoven, AS. scofian, fr. scfan; akin to OFries. skva, D. schuiven, G. schieben, OHG. scioban, Icel. skfa, skfa, Sw. skuffa, Dan. skuffe, Goth. afskiuban to put away, cast away; cf. Skr. kshubh to become agitated, to quake, Lith. skubrus quick, skubinti to hasten. 160. Cf. Sheaf a bundle of stalks, Scoop, Scuffle.]
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- empentar, espitjar, empènyer, empentejar, empentaCatalan, Valencian
- schieben, Schubs, schubsen, drängenGerman
- empujón, empujarSpanish
- tönäistä, tönäisy, tuupata, töniä, tuuppausFinnish
- 押し込む, 押すJapanese
- ue, tuteMāori
- пихнуть, толкать, совать, толчок, пихать, толкнуть, засовывать, засунутьRussian
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