pushback
Noun

pushback

  1. The act of repelling an enemy, etc.
  2. A procedure in which an aircraft is pushed backwards away from the gate by some external force, usually a special tractor.
  3. Criticism of or resistance to a proposal, stance, or event.
  4. (rare, nonstandard) Backlash of any sort.



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