[puhsh-toh] /ˈpʌʃ toʊ/
an Indo-European, Iranian language that is the official language of Afghanistan and the chief vernacular of the eastern part of the nation.
[puhsh-too] /ˈpʌʃ tu/
a language of Afghanistan and NW Pakistan, belonging to the East Iranian branch of the Indo-European family: since 1936 the official language of Afghanistan
(pl) -to, -tos, -tu, -tus. a speaker of the Pashto language; a Pathan
denoting or relating to this language or a speaker of it
1784, from Persian pashto (Afghan pakhto). Related: Pashtun.
noun a method of communicating on half-duplex lines, as two-way radio, using a button to switch modes from voice reception to transmission; abbr. PTT Examples PTT is a two-way communication service that works like a “walkie talkie.” adjective See push-to-talk Word Origin 1947 Usage Note also push-to-talk , (adj.)
[puhsh-too] /ˈpʌʃ tu/ noun 1. .
[poo sh-ee] /ˈpʊʃ i/ adjective, pushier, pushiest. Informal. 1. obnoxiously forward or self-assertive. /ˈpʊʃɪ/ adjective (informal) pushier, pushiest 1. offensively assertive or forceful 2. aggressively or ruthlessly ambitious adj. “forward, aggressive,” 1894 of persons (1891 of a cow), from push (v.) + -y (2). Related: Pushily; pushiness.
[poo sh-uhp] /ˈpʊʃˌʌp/ noun 1. an exercise in which a person, keeping a prone position with the hands palms down under the shoulders, the balls of the feet on the ground, and the back straight, pushes the body up and lets it down by an alternate straightening and bending of the arms. adjective 2. (of […]