- pusher propeller,
Origin of pusher
Examples from the Web for pusher
Now, she stars in the first big film of her career, Pusher, out Friday, and produced by Nicolas Winding Refn (director of Drive).
After that, she says, she and Winding Refn plan to team up for a sequel to Pusher—but this time, the story will center around Flo.
The photograph shows the correct position of the pusher in operation.A Report upon the Mollusk Fisheries of Massachusetts|Commissioners on Fisheries and Game
As momentum and the downward curve of the hill exerted their influence, the pusher found his task easier and easier.The Adventures of Bobby Orde|Stewart Edward White
He was certainly homely and a pusher, just an ordinary "hill billy," as he had described himself.The Shadow|Mary White Ovington
The swift tractor biplane may possibly give way to the slower biplane of the pusher type, which has greater stability.The Romance of Aircraft|Lawrence Yard Smith
They cleaned the pusher, and left him sitting on the steps, a picture of slumped misery.Police Your Planet|Lester del Rey
- a type of aircraft propeller placed behind the engine
- a type of aircraft using such a propeller
1590s in a literal sense, agent noun from push (v.). Meaning "peddler of illegal drugs" (1935 in prison slang) is from the verb in the "promote" sense.