English version

pushy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpushypush‧y /ˈpʊʃi/ adjective 🔊 🔊 DETERMINEDsomeone who is pushy does everything they can to get what they want from other people – used to show disapproval 🔊 a pushy salesman —pushiness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
pushy• A good salesman is polite, enthusiastic, and not too pushy.• It sounds pushy, beginning every sentence with a verb like that.• To them, she appeared an interfering busybody, a pushy incomer meddling with their heritage.• Pushy journalists shouted questions from the crowd.• They are materialistic and pushy, motivated by acquisition, competition, and getting ahead.• Besides, some heads like to lord it over local parents - particularly over the pushy ones.• A person who writes concise e-mail messages may seem impulsive, opportunistic, pushy, overbearing, foolish, or simply rude.• She was very pushy, you know.
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