push (someone or something) around in (something)(redirected from push you around in)
push (someone or something) around in (something)
To push and propel someone or something from place to place in something, especially something with wheels. Billy loves when I push him around in the shopping cart at the grocery store. Please tell me our new neighbor isn't out there pushing her cat around in a stroller.
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