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Definition of "push forward" [push forward]

  • Push one's way (verb)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "push forward" in a sentence
  • "Kershaw was to push forward with his division; Micah Jenkins, who was chafing in reserve, was to cooperate with Kershaw.13"
  • "About noon on May 9 he telegraphed Pickett an order to push forward all troops as fast as they arrived from the south in order that they might recover the lost position at Port Walthall Junction and reopen the line to Richmond."
  • "Fortunately, however, the Iranians returned to form, threatening to resume enrichment, and after several days, the IAEA adopted another meaningless resolution, allowing us to say with a relatively straight face that Iran would remain under IAEA scrutiny, and that we intended to push forward with a referral to the Security Council at the September BOG."