push (someone or something) about in (something)

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push (someone or something) about in (something)

To move someone or something forward or from place to place while situated inside of some means of transport. I loved going to the grocery store with my parents and having them push me about in the shopping cart. I had to push the boxes about in this rickety old cart that I could steer.
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push someone or something about in something

 and push someone or something around in something; push someone or something around
to propel someone or something about on wheels. Freddie pushed his brother about in the wagon. The nurse pushed around Aunt Mary in her wheelchair.
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