push past

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push past (someone or something)

to force one's way past someone or something. (Considered a rude act.) Nick pushed past the others and made himself first in line. I pushed past the gate and went right in.
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It was the longest run of Tomlinson's career, and it established NFL records for rushing touchdowns with 28 and most consecutive multi- touchdown games with eight, and continued his push past Paul Hornung's 46-year-old NFL scoring record, now with 184 points.
She said: 'Sophie said 'excuse me, don't push past me', or something along those lines.
Learning how to push past the rejection and disappointment that undoubtedly lie ahead, dig deep inside and find your drive.
Coventry fought hard against a resilient Blues side and were rewarded when neat play from Ziggy Gowlett caught their opponents on the break, allowing Brace to push past the keeper, who had come off her line.
Reeking of alcohol, the dad-of-three, from Stirling, twice tried to push past court cop John Gault.
These changes allowed so-called industry lightweights, such as Dell, to push past Sun.
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But if you are to reach your objectives, you must find it within yourself to push past that fear and start working toward them anyway.
Huge amounts of pressure build up as the plates try to push past one another.
Malignant cells must first push past the barrier of connective tissue between cell layers, then weather the body's immune attack, then successfully colonize new sites.
With OEM and independent retail clients around the globe, Lucidiom is the cornerstone of the "Go Beyond" digital photography movement, encouraging and enabling retailers to push past the revenue dip caused by decreasing film sales and establish profitable and varied photo category offerings.
When he declined, the attacker tried to push past him, then pulled out a knife and thrust it towards him.
But the disagreement turned violent and, in trying to push past her, he grabbed her hair and kneed her in the head.
But as it was meant to be winding down, about 100 youths tried to push past police barricades.
The teenager did as she was told, but when Hanks put down the knife and turned his back she took the chance to push past him and run for help.