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shove
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
shove /ʃʌv/
  • danh từ
    • sự xô đẩy
    • lõi thân cây lạnh
    • to give someone a shove off
      • giúp ai bắt đầu
  • động từ
    • ((thường) + along, past, through) xô, đẩy, xô lấn; lách, len lỏi
    • (thông tục) để nhét
      • to shove something in a drawer: nhét một vật gì vào ngăn kéo
    • to shove off
      • đẩy thuyền ra; bắt đầu lên đường
Concise Dictionary
shoves|shoved|shovingʃʌv
noun
+the act of shoving (giving a push to someone or something)
verb
+come into rough contact with while moving
+push roughly
+press or force

Advanced English Dictionary
verb, noun
+ verb
1 to push sb/sth in a rough way: [V] The crowd was pushing and shoving to get a better view. + The door wouldn't open no matter how hard she shoved. + [VN] [usually +adv./prep.] He shoved her down the stairs.
2 [VN] [usually +adv./prep.] (informal) to put sth somewhere roughly or carelessly: She shoved the book into her bag and hurried off. + He came over and shoved a piece of paper into my hand. + Shove your suitcase under the bed. + (figurative) Could he be lying? She shoved the thought to the back of her mind.
Idioms: shove it (informal, especially AmE) used to say rudely that you will not accept or do sth: 'The boss wants that report now.' 'Yeah? Tell him he can shove it.'
Phrasal Verbs: shove off (BrE, spoken) used to tell sb rudely to go away: Shove off and leave me alone!
shove up (BrE, spoken) to move in order to make a space for sb to sit down beside you: Shove up! Jan wants to sit down.
+ noun [usually sing.] a strong push: to give sb/sth a shove + You have to give the door a good shove, or it won't close.
Idioms see PUSH n.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

little | good, hefty, violent

VERB + SHOVE

give sb/sth
Harry gave him a hefty shove and he fell over.

PREP.

with a ~
She sent him off with a little shove.

verb

ADV.

hard, roughly
I shoved hard until the door opened.
| aside, away, back
He shoved me roughly aside.

PREP.

down, in
She shoved the letter in a drawer.
| into, out of, through
A leaflet was shoved through my letter box.

PHRASES

push and shove
The crowd was pushing and shoving to get a better view.
| shove your way
We shoved our way to the bar.



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