verb (used with object), shoved, shoving.
to move along by force from behind; push.
to push roughly or rudely; jostle.
Slang: Often Vulgar. to go to hell with:
Voters are telling Congress to shove its new tax plan.
verb (used without object), shoved, shoving.
an act or instance of shoving.
to push a boat from the shore.
Informal. to go away; depart:
I think I’ll be shoving off now.
shove it, Slang: Often Vulgar. (used to express contempt or belligerence):
I told them to take the job and shove it.
Also, stick it.
shove it up your / one’s ass, Slang: Vulgar. go to hell: a term of contempt, abuse, disagreement, or the like.
Also, stick it up your/one’s ass.
when / if push comes to shove. push (def 35).
to give a thrust or push to (a person or thing)
(transitive) to give a violent push to; jostle
(intransitive) to push one’s way roughly
(transitive) (informal) to put (something) somewhere, esp hurriedly or carelessly: shove it in the bin
the act or an instance of shoving
[shuhv-hey-puh-nee, -heyp-nee] /ˌʃʌvˈheɪ pə ni, -ˈheɪp ni/ noun, British. 1. a shuffleboard game played with coins or brass disks that are pushed by the hand and thumb down a board toward a scoring pit. shove-halfpenny noun 1. (Brit) a game in which players try to propel old halfpennies or polished discs with the hand into […]
noun 1. an implement consisting of a broad blade or scoop attached to a long handle, used for taking up, removing, or throwing loose matter, as earth, snow, or coal. 2. any fairly large contrivance or machine with a broad blade or scoop for taking up or removing loose matter: a steam shovel. 3. a […]
- Shovel beak
noun 1. (vet science) a deformity of the beak in intensively reared chicks Also called mandibular disease
noun 1. the game of shuffleboard.