- vt. & vi. 推; 挤; 撞 push in a rush or careless way
- vi. 离开 leave a place
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"
press or force;
"Stuff money into an envelope"
"She thrust the letter into his hand"
- Don't try to shove all the work onto me!
- He dragged her out of the door and shoved her into the street.
- Then suddenly, Old Grizzly gave Brown Bear a big shove.
- Bunt was probably a nickname given to him at school, for going around with his head lowered, ready to bump and shove anybody aside.
- He started shoving clothes into drawers.
- It is impossible to shove any more people into this train!
- The car won't start. Can you give it a shove?
- Someone gave Phyl a shove in the back and she stumbled forward.
- I can't get this door open.Try giving it a good shove.
- If you pull,I'll shove.
- I'm sorry for bumping into you; somebody shoved me.
- She shoved the chair closer to the table.
- shove aside (v.+adv.)
推到旁边 push aside
shove sth ⇔ aside
Help me shove the furniture aside.
- shove off (v.+adv.)
I am sick of this place, let's shove off.
我讨厌这个地方,我们离开吧。shove off from sth
He boarded the boat and shoved off from the dock.
- shove over (v.+adv.)
挪开 move over
Shove over, mate, and make some room for me to sit down.
- shove carelessly 粗心地推
- shove playfully 顽皮地推
- shove rudely 粗鲁地推
- shove uncouthly 粗野地推
- shove vulgarly 粗俗地推
- shove along 推着
- shove around 摆布
- shove aside 推到旁边
- shove back 推回
- shove in 推进
- shove off 走开
- shove over 移开
- shove up 提高
A slight shove on his chest sent him staggering back.出自： J. Wyndham
Oi! You two! Shove off! Fishing's not allowed here!出自：Best of Buster Monthly