bulldoze one's way

Definition of bulldoze one's way

  1. :  to move forward while forcing other people to move out of the way They rudely bulldozed their way through the crowd. —often used figuratively He bulldozed his way to the top without regard for people along the way.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  to coerce or restrain by threats :  bully

    :  to move, clear, gouge out, or level off by pushing with or as if with a bulldozer

    :  to force insensitively or ruthlessly

  1. :  a thoroughfare for travel or transportation from place to place

    :  an opening for passage

    :  the course traveled from one place to another :  route

  1. :  of, connected with, or constituting an intermediate point on a route

  1. :  by a long distance :  to a considerable degree or extent :  far

    :  by far :  much

    :  very

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