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Originally justle (to have sex with), formed from jousten + -tle; from the Old French joster (to joust), from Latin iuxtā (next to) from iungō (join, connect).

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Infinitive
to Jostle

Third person singular
Jostles

Simple past
jostled

Past participle
jostled

Present participle
jostling

to Jostle (third-person singular simple present Jostles, present participle jostling, simple past and past participle jostled)
  1. Patrono:Ambitransitive To bump into or brush against while in motion.
  2. (intransitive) To move through by pushing and shoving.
  3. (transitive) To be close to or in physical contact with.
  4. (intransitive) To contend or vie in order to acquire something.
  5. (dated slang) To pick or attempt to pick pockets.

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Singular
Jostle

Plural
Jostles

Jostle (plural Jostles)
  1. An experience in which jostling occurs.
  2. Being crowded or in a condition of jostling.

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fr:jostle io:jostle it:jostle hu:jostle ml:jostle ja:jostle fi:jostle te:jostle vi:jostle zh:jostle

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