Definition Of thrust

verb

a reverse fault of low angle, with older strata displaced horizontally over younger.

It is not known whether the thrusts and reverse faults represent reactivated extensional basement structures or formed entirely during basin inversion.

a sudden or violent lunge with a pointed weapon or a bodily part.

he drove the blade upward with one powerful thrust

push (something or someone) suddenly or violently in the specified direction.

she thrust her hands into her pockets

the propulsive force of a jet or rocket engine.

After liftoff, at nearly 100 percent of rated thrust , the engine throttles back momentarily.

Example Of thrust

  • A full paper bag was thrust at her, and the door shut, leaving her in stifled silence.

  • A hand thrust itself downwards and pushed aside a branch like a shop owner holding a door open for a customer.

  • A smaller and lower intensity damage zone also occurs within the footwall of the thrust .

  • After liftoff, at nearly 100 percent of rated thrust , the engine throttles back momentarily.

  • Again I can state my conclusions relatively briefly, since here too I accept the main thrust of Miss Lieven's submissions.


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