- n. [力] 推力；刺
- vt. 插；插入；推挤
- vi. 插入；用向某人刺去；猛然或用力推
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来自古诺斯语 thrysta,猛推，用力冲挤，来自 Proto-Germanic*thrustijanan,猛推，冲，可能来 自 PIE*treud,猛推，冲，词源同 threat,extrude.-st,表反复。
- thrust:  Thrust was borrowed from Old Norse thrýsta ‘thrust, compress’. It probably goes back ultimately to the Indo-European base *trud- ‘push, press’, whose other descendants include Latin trūdere ‘thrust’ (source of English abstruse, intrude, etc) and probably also English threat.
- thrust (v.)
- late 12c., from a Scandinavian source akin to Old Norse þrysta "to thrust, force, press," from Proto-Germanic *thrustijanan, perhaps from PIE *treud- "push, press" (see threat), but OED finds this derivation doubtful. Related: Thrusting.
- thrust (n.)
- 1510s, "act of pressing," from thrust (v.). Meaning "act of thrusting" (in the modern sense) is from 1580s. Meaning "propulsive force" is from 1708. Figurative sense of "principal theme, aim, point, purpose" is recorded from 1968.
- 1. He reached the garden gate and thrust his way through it.
- 2. Tony has now been thrust into the limelight, with a high-profile job.
- 3. The conductor brought home the full thrust of the work's emotional resolution.
- 4. It provides the thrust that makes the craft move forward.
- 5. A ray of sunlight thrust out through the clouds.
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