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Definition of "bulldozed" []

  • To move, demolish, flatten, etc, with a bulldozer (verb)
  • To force; push (verb)
  • To intimidate or coerce (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of bulldoze. (verb)

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Use "bulldozed" in a sentence
  • "You've got to think your positions through and if you're not strong and you can't stand up to him, you're going to get bulldozed, which is what happened to General Shinseki, actually."
  • "By the way any ideas put forward by a blue ribbon panel needs to be enacted by Congress so the excess in the market being "bulldozed" would never happen."
  • ""The Post Office closure programme was "bulldozed" through local opposition, with the consultation exercise little more than a "sham", according to a damning indictment from influential MPs""
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