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Definition of pushy adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

 

pushy

 adjective
adjective
NAmE//ˈpʊʃi//
 
(pushier, pushiest) (informal) (disapproving)
 
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trying hard to get what you want, especially in a way that seems rude a pushy salesman Her parents were never pushy although they encouraged her acting ambitions from an early age.
 
noun [uncountable] His pushiness made him unpopular.
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