Thrust (disambiguation)


Thrust (disambiguation)

Thrust is a reaction force described by Newton's Second and Third Law.

Thrust may also refer to:
* ThrustSSC, and Thrust2, the land-speed record breaking cars
* Thrust (video game), a computer game
* Thrust (rapper), a Canadian hip hop artist
* Thrust (Transformers), several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes
* Thrust (album), a Herbie Hancock fusion album,
* Thrust (magazine), a semi-professional magazine which later changed its name to "Quantum"
* Thrust fault, in geology
* Skewer (chess), a chess tactics
* Thrust stage, in a theatre, a portion of the stage that extends out from the proscenium into the audience.
* Thrust (record label), an Australian record label
* In martial arts, a thrust is a type of attack; see


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