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    Smile push comes to shove

    In the sentence below, what does "push comes to shove" mean?

    That means when push comes to shove, my life as Peter always has to take a backseat to my Spider-side.

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    Re: push comes to shove

    Quote Originally Posted by dilermando View Post
    In the sentence below, what does "push comes to shove" mean?

    That means when push comes to shove, my life as Peter always has to take a backseat to my Spider-side.
    It means when the situation is urgent/pressing, it's an expression as you probably know.

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