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push out

to spread out; to expand outward. The sides of the box pushed out, and I was afraid it would break. His little tummy pushed out when he was full.
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In recent weeks we have experienced order push outs and cancellations especially from major foundry customers in Asia.
As a result of recent softness in order trends, including some customer cancellations and push outs, fourth quarter revenues are expected to be 5 to 7 percent below third quarter reported revenues of $130.
The revenue shortfall from previous expectations is due to customer push outs and delays in implementing reseller arrangements with our strategic partners.