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  1. Define noodge. noodge synonyms, noodge pronunciation, noodge translation, English dictionary definition of noodge. or nudge Informal n. A person who persistently pesters, annoys, or complains. v.
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  4. nudge - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions. Inflections of 'nudge' (v): (⇒ conjugate) nudges v 3rd person singular nudging v pres p verb, present participle: ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing." nudged v past verb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man.".
  5. a nudge and a wink A sly, subtle signal used to communicate a piece of information that one doesn't want to state aloud, publicly, or directly. Sometimes hyphenated if used as a modifier before a noun. One clever little moment in the film is a nudge and a wink to fans of the original books. Even though I didn't have a work permit, a lot of smaller.
  6. Nudge was co-founded in by former Eloqua executives, Paul Teshima and Steve Woods. After having successfully guided Eloqua to a market leading position in marketing automation from $0 to over $ million in revenue, then through IPO and acquisition by Oracle for $ million, Teshima and Woods recognized another massive challenge to solve.
  7. nudged the cue ball with the tip of the cue. — Paul Theroux especially: to seek the attention of by a push of the elbow nudged Ron in the ribs and pointed at Malfoy .
  8. to push something or someone gently, especially to push someone with your elbow (= the middle part of your arm where it bends) to attract the person's attention: The children were giggling and nudging .
  9. verb 1. push, touch, dig, jog, prod, elbow, shove, poke `Stop it,' he said, and nudged me in the ribs. 2. prompt, influence, urge, persuade, spur, prod, coax, prevail upon Bit by bit Bob nudged Fritz into selling his controlling interest.

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