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shove out

  
   vt + adv  
to shove a boat out      echar afuera un bote  
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echar afuera un bote
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¡vete a la mierda! ; ¡vete a tomar por el culo! ; ¡que te den!
[Slang]
n.
apilamiento de hielo ; aglomeración de hielo
se forma en las lineas de costa, lagos por frío extremo
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¡lárgate!
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¡córrete!
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ponlo aquí
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meter a algo/algn a empujones
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'shove out' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
to shove
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"shove out": examples and translations in context
Maybe she just needs a friendly shove out of the nest. Tal vez sólo necesita un empujón amistoso fuera del nido.
Slashed his rival across both cheeks, then gave him a gentle shove out a window, 15 stories high. Acuchilló a su rival en las dos mejillas y después lo empujó por la ventana desde un piso 15.
Didn't matter who he had to shove out the way. No importaba a quien debía sacar del camino.
All right, let's get that cable up and shove out of here. Esta bien, muchachos levantemos los cables y vayamosnos de aquí.
So I gave him a shove out the window. Lo empuje por la ventana, no quería matarlo.
George Sr. was forced to visit... someone he had once tried to shove out of a moving car. George padre tuvo que visitar... a quien, una vez, había intentado lanzar de un auto en movimiento.
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