Definition of Push through
1. Verb. Break out. "The tooth erupted and had to be extracted"
Specialized synonyms: Dehisce
Generic synonyms: Appear
Related verbs: Erupt
Derivative terms: Eruption
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Literary usage of Push through
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"push through Die.— Fig. 2 shows a plain "push through" drawing punch and die, the blank being punched out to fit the set edge, and then "drawn up* or rather ..."
2. The History of Discovery in Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand: From the by William Howitt (1865)
"April 17, 1862, at their farthest point. Howell's Springs.—Difficulties from drought and dense scrub.—Try right and left.—push through. ..."
3. Egypt's Place in Universal History: An Historical Investigation in Five Books by Christian Karl Josias Bunsen, Charles Herbert Cottrell, Samuel Birch (1867)
"The Syr. tr', to push, beat (Heb. x. 2.), to pierce, push through a plain, to go through (cross), hence the Arab, tur'a'n, way. Tf tf, to drop ; tph, ..."
4. English Mechanic and World of Science: With which are Incorporated "the (1893)
"It would »erve the same purpose to screw a email movable brass plate ov*r the outer end of the lower guide of any existing carrier of the push-through ..."
5. Dies, Their Construction and Use for the Modern Working of Sheet Metals: A by Joseph Vincent Woodworth (1902)
"These dies are known as redrawing, reducing or push through dies, and their design is almost the same as the die shown in Fig. 346. ..."
6. Optic Projection, Principles, Installation, and Use of the Magic Lantern by Simon Henry Gage, Henry Phelps Gage (1914)
""PUSH-THROUGH" OR DOUBLE SLIDE-CARRIER. I The frame which remains in one position in ... 2 The movable slide-holder or "push-through part of the carrier. ..."
7. The First Crossing of Greenland by Fridtjof Nansen (1897)
"Often things looked simply hopeless, but my indefatigable comrades lost not heart; we had to push through, and push through we did. We passed Cape Rantzau, ..."