Translation of pushover in Spanish:

pushover

Pronunciation /ˈpʊʃˌoʊvər//ˈpʊʃəʊvə/

noun

  • 1

    to be a pushover ser un bollo River Plate informal
    • But manager Martin Eede knows Folkestone will be no pushovers.
    • It also shows how exciting the whole tournament is, and Italy are no pushovers now.
    • Punters swapped pints for pushovers to raise more than £1, 400 for the Royal British Legion Steve Roberts Challenge.
    • Equally, we know that St Mirren will be no pushovers.
    • No climate of mutual respect will be fostered if the Federation is nothing more than a pushover ready to do the administration's bidding whenever asked.
    • Most had fresh bruises, which he himself no doubt had inflicted, and looked to be even easier pushovers than before.
    • But there are no pushovers and every team will raise their game when they play us, so we have to make sure we are ready for that.
    • OK, the visitors are no pushovers, as seen from their second placing in the group and the Germans have not been playing well.
    • We had set off without lunch, so we were pushovers.
    • And Nigeria will be no pushovers either, but if you were to talk to the two players in the dressing room they feel that they'll make it through.
    • It's tempting to dismiss them altogether as pushovers, but I also sympathize with their outsider pathos.
    • Her cute, pixie looks will fool many into believing Veronica is a pushover.
    • Though they have slipped back in recent years the girls from Model County are far from pushovers and should not be taken for granted.
    • Cook, however, reckons the Panthers will be no pushovers.
    • Clark knew that UVic would be anything but pushovers.
    • Bristol hadn't been defeated in their previous three away matches, so they were never going to be pushovers.
    • The standard line, true or not, is that grand juries are such pushovers that a good DA can get an indictment against a ham sandwich.
    • ‘The guys know they're no pushovers, but I knew that already, because Scotland always seemed to beat Ireland,’ Joyce confirms.
    • Yet Jacques Santini's side, coming off a 1-0 victory in Istanbul, are unlikely to be pushovers.
    • It doesn't help that she looks like a complete pushover, her heart-shaped face, blue eyes and perfect Cupid's-bow mouth radiating sweetness and light.