Pushover



[poo sh-oh-ver] /ˈpʊʃˌoʊ vər/

noun
1.
Informal. anything done easily.
2.
Informal. an easily defeated person or team.
3.
Informal. a person who is easily persuaded, influenced, or seduced.
4.
Rocketry. a displacement in a horizontal direction of the trajectory of a missile or rocket.
5.
Aeronautics. .
/ˈpʊʃˌəʊvə/
noun (informal)
1.
something that is easily achieved or accomplished
2.
a person, team, etc, that is easily taken advantage of or defeated
n.

also push-over, 1900 of jobs or tasks; 1922 of persons (bad boxers and easy women), from push (v.) + over (adv.).

modifier

: He wasn’t a pushover kind of cat

noun

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