repousser

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

re- +‎ pousser, or from Late Latin repulsō, repulsāre. See also repulser.

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repousser

  1. to push back, push out of the way
  2. to repel, drive back, repulse
  3. to ward off, turn away
  4. to turn down, dismiss, reject, rule out
  5. to push back (into place)
  6. to put off, defer, put back, postpone
  7. to repulse, repel (of something disgusting)
  8. to (hand-)emboss

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