thrust

thrust: to push (someone or something) with force (δύναμη) or sudden strength (ξαφνική δύναμη)

n
– a forceful drive, push, stab, or lunge
– a force (δύναμη), esp one that produces (παράγει) motion (κίνηση)

– a propulsive force produced by the fluid pressure or the change of momentum of the fluid in a jet engine, rocket engine, etc
– a similar force produced by a propeller

– a pressure that is exerted continuously by one part of an object, structure, etc, against another, esp the axial force by or on a shaft

– force, impetus, or drive

– the essential or most forceful part: the thrust of the argument

Etymology: 12th Century: from Old Norse thrysta; related to Latin trūdere; see intrude

thrust (push, force) σπρώχνω (βίαια)
thrust (individual action) ώθηση, απώθηση, σπρωξιά

Συμπληρωματικές Μεταφράσεις
thrust (lunge, sword): πλήγμα με μυτερό όπλο / ξιφισμός

thrust (main point): κεντρικό σημείο

thrust (lunge, sword): μπήγω, καρφώνω, χώνω ρ.μετ.
κάποιον με κάτι διαπερνώ ρ.μετ.
thrust (oneself) τον εαυτό μου: μπήγομαι, καρφώνομαι, χώνομαι

thrust out vtr (push forwards, project) ωθώ, σπρώχνω ρ.μετ.
thrust out vtr (eject forcefully) ωθώ, σπρώχνω ρ.μετ.

‘thrust’ found in these entries

In the English description:
kick – lunge – poke – push up – stick

en2gr: http://www.wordreference.com/engr/thrust
def: http://www.wordreference.com/definition/thrust

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