دفع, دسر, حث, سير
Verb(1) cause to move forward with force(2) give an incentive for action
(1) Use your arms to help propel you upward and to control the movement.(2) The propeller or the jet engine of an aircraft pushes air backwards to propel the aircraft forward.(3) He established himself as the champion of the working people and that helped propel him to the presidency.(4) I use the last amount of my remaining strength to propel myself upward.(5) As such, they don't propel the craft through the water very well!(6) A stroke consists of four components that have to be completed perfectly to propel the boat forward as fast as possible.(7) Solar sails will use the sun's energy to propel spacecraft across the cosmos.(8) The wave can also propel solid projectiles, such as cannonballs.(9) But he found he could propel himself forward by pushing off against the sides with his feet.(10) Do not let fear of error or retribution propel you into a medical appointment or a dangerous situation.(11) If you were so inspired, you could actually learn to work the big red wheels in the proper manner to propel you forward.(12) An intricate system of magnetic fields propelled the craft along and away from Earth.(13) She propels my quivering body forward with her arm that's on my shoulder.(14) And you'll get the added boost of an extra body propelling the boat forward.(15) These were ordinary people who were propelled into an extraordinary situation.(16) And as the bends move back, they push against the ground, propelling the snake forward.
(1) propel :: دفع
1. move ::
2. throw ::
3. spur ::
4. prompt ::
5. impel ::
Different Formspropel, propelling, propels
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