To practice my English, I am trying to explain the word "push" in English
If I push an apple, I move the apple forward and away from myself.
I guess it's a little bit strange to say
... and away from me.
Because the subject of the sentence and the object of "from" are the same person.
With the agreement above, the explanation/definition of "push" on Cambridge Dictionary seems to be a little bit strange
to use physical pressure or force, especially with your hands, in order to move something into a different position, usually one that is farther away from you
Should "yourself" be used there?