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Como se dice push, as in... a bowling ball off a ramp'

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updated OCT 10, 2008
posted by Teacher

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Since you're looking for a transitive verb (verbo transitvo), that narrows down your options considerably. If you read the explanatory tags after each listing, you saw that empujar was the most general term.

How this verb will be conjugated depends on what you want to say. Using tú form:

Empuja la pelota. / Push the ball.

Teacher said:

used the dictionary first. quite a few variables.

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updated OCT 10, 2008
posted by Natasha
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yea i would go with empujar.

i know i always find that dictionarys have so many choices, its always hard to choose the appropriate word.

as for the "chat" talk
nvm = nevermind
usually people just omit the vowels of words

updated OCT 10, 2008
posted by Janet
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used the dictionary first. quite a few variables.

updated OCT 10, 2008
posted by Teacher
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James Santiago said:

Alex said:

Nvm its empuha

I have no idea what Nvm means (and please don't use chat speak here), but that is not the correct spelling of the Spanish word. I know you're trying to be helpful, but it's best to check your replies before sending, since giving incorrect information can be confusing to the people asking the questions.


"Nvm" = "never mind", perhaps? (I don't speak chat speak either, so I'm just guessing [which I'd rather not need to do].)

updated OCT 9, 2008
posted by samdie
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Alex said:

Nvm its empuha

I have no idea what Nvm means (and please don't use chat speak here), but that is not the correct spelling of the Spanish word. I know you're trying to be helpful, but it's best to check your replies before sending, since giving incorrect information can be confusing to the people asking the questions.

updated OCT 8, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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Nvm its empuha

updated OCT 8, 2008
posted by alex4
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Please look it up on the dictionary (click on the "Dictionary" tab, above).

updated OCT 8, 2008
posted by Natasha
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