push aside
transitive verb phrase
1. (to push out of the way) 
The king's guards pushed the man aside.Los guardias del rey apartaron al hombre de un empujón.
2. (to ignore) 
After pushing aside his dream of learning to paint, Cedric left for Paris to find a teacher.Después de dejar de lado su sueño de aprender a pintar, Cedric salió para París para buscar un maestro.
b. ignorar 
Paula is incapable of pushing aside what she wants for the sake of the group.Paula es incapaz de ignorar lo que quiere ella por el bien del grupo.
push aside
transitive verb phrase
1. (general) 
a. apartar (de un empujón) 
2. (fig) 
a. dejar a un lado (reject) 
push aside
transitive verb
[+person, chair] apartar; hacer a un lado
As soon as we'd finished eating, we pushed the plates aside He pushed me aside and climbed behind the wheel
[+objection, suggestion] hacer caso omiso de
He quickly pushed all thought of it aside These issues tend to get pushed aside and forgotten
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