nudge (someone or something) (somewhere)

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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?
See also: nudge

nudge

and noodge (nʊdʒ)
1. n. someone who nags. Sally can be such a nudge!
2. in. to nag. Don’t noodge all the time.
3. tv. to nag someone. Stop nudging me about that.
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Pink is the author of a trio of best-selling books on the changing world of work, and his presentation will reveal how the current international economic environment and other trends are nudging us into an era defined not by traditional knowledge workers, but by creators and empathizers.