Nudge into - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
nudge (someone or something) (somewhere) (redirected from nudge into)
nudge (someone or something) (somewhere)
To gently push someone or something into a place, area, or position. I could tell John was nervous about being at a party with people he didn't know, so I nudged him into the room. Would you mind nudging the table out of the way a little?
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If Larry, Curly and Moe are just above or below the reel, after pay out they'll nudge into
place and cover their entire reel.