propel

  • 1 Propel — Aktuelle Version 1.6 (Mai 2011) Programmier­sprache PHP Kategorie Framework Lizenz MIT …

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  • 2 Propel — est un ORM pour PHP 5. Le développement de Propel est accessible sur GitHub: https://github.com/propelorm/Propel. Licence : Jusqu à la version 1.4 : GNU GPL v3 ou suivantes À partir de la version 1.5 : Licence MIT Il est possible… …

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  • 3 Propel — Тип ORM Написана на PHP Операционная система кроссплатформенный Последняя версия 1.6.2 (Сентябрь, 2011) Лицензия LGPL3 license Сайт …

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  • 4 Propel — may refer to: *A way to move something, see propulsion (disambiguation) *Propel Fitness Water, a product from the makers of Gatorade *Propel (PHP), an object relational mapping solution for PHP …

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  • 5 propel — [prə pel′, prōpel′] vt. propelled, propelling [ME propellen < L propellere < pro , forward + pellere, to drive: see FELT1] to push, drive, or impel onward, forward, or ahead …

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  • 6 Propel — Pro*pel , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Propelled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Propelling}.] [L. propellere, propulsum; pro forward + pellere to drive. See {Pulse} a beating.] To drive forward; to urge or press onward by force; to move, or cause to move; as, the… …

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  • 7 propel — I verb actuate, cast, catapult, constrain, discharge, dispatch, drive, drive forward, eject, emit, force, goad, heave, hurl, impel, launch, move, pitch, precipitate, prod, project, provoke, push, push forward, send, set in motion, spirit, start,… …

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  • 8 propel — PROPÉL, propeluri, s.n. Şlep mare de cereale. Trimis de gall, 24.08.2008. Sursa: DLRM …

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  • 9 propel — mid 15c., to drive away, expel, from L. propellere push forward, from pro forward (see PRO (Cf. pro )) + pellere to push, drive. Meaning to drive onward, cause to move forward is from 1650s …

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  • 10 propel — *push, shove, thrust Analogous words: *move, drive, impel: *force, compel, constrain, oblige …

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  • 11 propel — has inflected forms propelled, propelling …

    Modern English usage

  • 12 propel — [v] throw; release into air actuate, drive, force, impel, launch, mobilize, move, press, push, send, set going, set in motion, shoot, shove, start, thrust; concepts 208,221,222 Ant. hinder, hold, keep …

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  • 13 propel — ► VERB (propelled, propelling) ▪ drive or push forwards. ORIGIN Latin propellere to drive forward …

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  • 14 propel — pro|pel [prəˈpel] v past tense and past participle propelled present participle propelling [T] [Date: 1400 1500; : Latin; Origin: propellere, from pellere to drive ] 1.) to move, drive, or push something forward →↑propulsion ▪ a boat propelled by …

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  • 15 propel — verb /pɹəˈpɛl/ a) To cause to move in a certain direction. When it had advanced from the wood, it hopped much after the fashion of a kangaroo, using its hind feet and tail to propel it, and when it stood erect, it sat upon its tail. b) To make to …

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  • 16 propel — [[t]prəpe̱l[/t]] propels, propelling, propelled 1) VERB To propel something in a particular direction means to cause it to move in that direction. [V n prep] The tiny rocket is attached to the spacecraft and is designed to propel it toward Mars.… …

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  • 17 propel — UK [prəˈpel] / US verb [transitive, often passive] Word forms propel : present tense I/you/we/they propel he/she/it propels present participle propelling past tense propelled past participle propelled 1) to move or push someone or something… …

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  • 18 propel — /preuh pel /, v.t., propelled, propelling. 1. to drive, or cause to move, forward or onward: to propel a boat by rowing. 2. to impel or urge onward: Urgent need of money propelled him to take a job. [1400 50; late ME propellen to expel < L… …

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  • 19 propel — verb Propel is used with these nouns as the object: ↑boat …

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  • 20 propel — pro•pel [[t]prəˈpɛl[/t]] v. t. pelled, pel•ling to drive, or cause to move, forward or onward: to propel a boat[/ex] • Etymology: 1400–50; late ME propellen to expel < L prōpellere to drive forward =prō pro I+pellere to drive …

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