[poo sh-kahrt] /ˈpʊʃˌkɑrt/
any of various types of wheeled light to be by hand, as one used by street vendors.
(mainly US & Canadian) a handcart, typically having two wheels and a canvas roof, used esp by street vendors Also called barrow
/ˈpʊʃˌtʃɛə/ noun 1. a usually collapsible chair-shaped carriage in which a small child may be wheeled Also called baby buggy, buggy US and Canadian word stroller Austral words pusher, stroller
- Push comes to shove
sentence A touchy situation becomes actively hostile; a quarrel becomes a fight; the CHIPS ARE DOWN: If push comes to shove, can you count on him? (1958+)
noun, British. 1. . [poo sh-bahyk] /ˈpʊʃˌbaɪk/ noun, British. 1. a standard bicycle, operated by pedals rather than a motor. noun 1. (Brit) an informal name for bicycle
[poo sh-doun] /ˈpʊʃˌdaʊn/ noun, Aeronautics. 1. a sudden, downward shift by an aircraft in the direction of the flight path.