pousser

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From Latin pulsō, pulsāre, from pulsus (a push).

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pousser

  1. to push
  2. to urge on, encourage
  3. (of a living thing) to grow
    L'arbre pousse vite.
    The tree is growing quickly.
  4. (figuratively) to spring up, to sprout
    Les Starbucks poussent comme des champignons ici.
    The Starbucks are springing up like mushrooms here.
  5. to utter (a cry)

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin pulsō, pulsāre (push, strike, beat, batter, hammer), frequentative of pellō, pellere (push, drive, hurl, impel, propel).

Verb[edit]

pousser

  1. to push

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