nudge : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a slight push or shake
- v to push against gently
She nudged my elbow when she saw her friend enter the restaurant
- v push into action by pestering or annoying gently
- Media must nudge the governments to make sure they carry out their commitments in time.
- Medicine has not yet been able to nudge upward the biblical allotment of threescore years and ten, and we are already halfway there.
- Allowing investors to keep more?or all?of their dividends will not only nudge them back into the shaky market, proponents argue, but also encourage greater corporate .
News & Articles
- Vibrating Navigators Shake Up Devices
The day's not too far off that a smartphone, instead of providing on-screen driving directions, could guide someone to her destination with a little nudge. Literally.
June 14, 2013 - LiveScience.com via Yahoo! News
- How to Keep Dad Healthy
This Father’s Day nudge your Pop to be healthier.
June 14, 2013 - BET.com
- US stock market moves higher
NEW YORK (AP) — A pair of better economic reports helped nudge the U.S. stock market up Thursday afternoon, even as the Japanese market plunged again.
June 13, 2013 - Associated Press via Yahoo! News
- Jonathan Wallace in International Herald Tribune
At first I thought I stepped out of bounds,Wallace said, "because I was trying to make a play with the time running down. But I did kind of (feel a) nudge when I was trying to turn the corner."
- Kurt Busch in Florida Times-Union
We didn't just flat-out wreck him,Busch said. "We didn't cut his tire. We didn't drive over him. It was just a nice nudge that we are all used to seeing and appreciating at the short tracks."