jostle en Ucraniano
v. штовхати, товпитися, стикатися, штовхатися
we jostled with tourists, entertainers, musicians and buskers for our own bit of space on the pavement.
The old fellow, exasperated beyond endurance, gave frantic chase to the urchins; a group of idlers and news-vendors jostled against him as if by accident, and the pursuer, perspiring freely and wiping his face with his handkerchief, went off in search of an officer.
to hide for some minutes his emotion. And Desnoyers envied his grief. Some of the Reservists came along singing, preceded by a flag. They were joking and jostling each other, betraying in excited actions,
But in my hasty movement I jostled against Buring unconsciously, and trod on his foot, hurting him a good deal, I fancy.
Langdon and Vittoria were swept up in the jostling crowd of cardinals, and they too emerged into the night air.
The passing people elbowed and jostled them, but their confounded intelligence was arrested.
The plane jostled across some turbulence, and Langdon felt a surge of danger.
They were too shy to go far up, though they jostled one another to get a better view of what was going on.
Siobhan felt like the specter at the feast: the crowd jostling her as it bounced on its toes.
Things-not flesh-first squirmed and jostled against his hand, then began to bite like horseflies.