||just luck, not skill or talent
||Hank won the fishing contest, but it was pure luck, not skill.
|push me (to the limit)
||put pressure on me, bugme too much
||Don't push me. One more insult and I'll punch you.
|push the boat out
||work harder to complete the job, give 110%,
go the extra mile
||Chris, my son, to make your marriage work, sometimes,
well, many times, you have to push the boat out.
|push the envelope
||challenge yourself, innovate, take risks, think outside the box
||If we are going to lead this industry, we need to push the envelope.
|push the right buttons
||say the right things, do the right things
||The players want to play for Pat. She pushes all the right buttons.
|push your luck
||(See don't push your luck)
||a person who sells illegal drugs
||The judge sentenced the pusher to ten years in prison.
||nearly 50 years old, 48 or 49 years old
||Bart is pushing fifty, but he looks much younger.
|pushing up daisies
||dead and buried in a graveyard, deep six
||Old Tom's pushin' up daisies. He died a long time ago.
||controlled by his wife, afraid his wife will cut him off
||Tim loves his wife, but he's not pussy whipped. He has a mind of his own.