push (someone or something) across (something)

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push (someone or something) across (something)

To shove or thrust someone or something from one side of something to another. We had to push the car across the street by hand. He pushed me across the room in my wheelchair.
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push someone or something across (something)

to move or propel someone or something across something. Jill pushed Fred across the ice. He simply could not skate at all. The old car stalled just before the bridge, so we pushed it across.
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When he refused the man made offensive comments prompting the singer to push him across the stage before the band's roadies ran on and dragged him away.
He needed help from two other pupils to push him across the grass between classroom blocks until civil engineering company McNiff came to the rescue.