プッシュ

See also: ブッシュ

JapaneseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From English push.

VerbEdit

プッシュする (pusshu surusuru (stem プッシュ (pusshu shi), past プッシュした (pusshu shita))

  1. To push, to apply force to an object.
    Synonym: 押す (osu)
    • 1993, Shibata Shō, Totsuzen ni shīriasu, page 348:
      (でん)()をかけねばならなくなって(かた)()をはなしダイヤルをプッシュしている(とき)など
      denwa o kake neba naranaku natte kata te o hanashi daiyaru o pusshu shite iru toki nado
      like when you have to make a phone call with one hand and you're pushing the dial
  2. To pressure, to attempt to coerce someone to act.
    • 1992, Nihon Seikagakkai, Seikagaku, volume 64, page 382:
      しかし,たしかに(きょう)(いく)(てき)()()から()うとプッシュしないほうがいい。あまりプッシュするのは()(ちが)いだと(おも)いますね。
      Shikashi, tashikani kyōiku-teki na imi kara iu to pusshu shinai hō ga ii. Amari pusshu suru no wa machigai da to omoimasu ne.
      But, indeed speaking from an educational point of view it is better not to push. I think it is a mistake to push too much.
  3. This term needs a translation to English. Please help out and add a translation, then remove the text {{rfdef}}.
    (でん)()(ばん)(ごう)プッシュする
    denwa bangō o pusshu suru
    to key in a telephone number

ConjugationEdit

NounEdit

プッシュ (pusshu

  1. Pressuring.
    ○○からの(もう)プッシュ()()(はじ)めた
    ○○ kara no mō-pusshu de tsukiai-hajimeta
    began dating because of constant pressure from XX
  2. (computing) A push operation on a stack data structure.
  3. (Internet, communication) Situation in which data is sent automatically, without a client request.
    • 2017, Kenichiro Matsuura and Yuki Tsukasa, Omoshiro majime-na chatbot o tsukurō, page 13:
      (つう)(しん)ソフトウェアの(ぶん)()では、プッシュ(あい)()()(はつ)(てき)(そう)(しん)くることを()()します。
      Tsūshin sofutowea no bun'ya de wa, pusshu wa aite ga jihatsu-teki ni sōshin kuru koto o imi shimasu.
      In the realm of communications software, push means the other party sends the data spontaneously.