to clear, level, or reshape the contours of (land) by or as if by using a bulldozer:
to bulldoze a building site.
to clear away by or as if by using a bulldozer:
to bulldoze trees from a site.
to coerce or intimidate, as with threats.
to use a bulldozer:
To clear this rubble away we may have to bulldoze.
to advance or force one’s way in the manner of a bulldozer.
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to move, demolish, flatten, etc, with a bulldozer
(informal) to force; push: he bulldozed his way through the crowd
(informal) to intimidate or coerce
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