Katarzyna Maj
AFTER A BIT OF A PUSH What does 'after a bit of a push' mean? Could you give an example?
Oct 9, 2019 11:53 AM
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Hi Katarzyna! If it is being used in the way I think it is, it means you have done something after being persuaded or encouraged by someone/something. It comes from the phrasal verb "to push someone into doing something" For example, "After a bit of a push, I have finally signed up to Instagram. My friends and family have been telling me to sign up for ages, and I have finally done it". I hope this helps!
October 9, 2019
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Katarzyna Maj
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