Complete Definition of "shove"

English

Etymology
Old English scufan|scūfan, from Germanic *skeuban. Cognate with Dutch schuiven, German schieben.

Pronunciation
shÅ­v, IPA|/ÊÊv/, /<tt>SVv</tt>/
:Rhymes:English:-Êv|Rhymes: -Êv

Verb
en-verb|shov|ing

  1. To push, especially roughly or with force

Derived terms
push and shove
shove ha'penny

Noun
en-noun

  1. A rough push

Derived terms
shove off
shove-halfpenny, shove-ha'penny
when push comes to shove

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