cold-press

verb
\ˈkōld-ˌpres \
cold-pressed; cold-pressing; cold-presses

Definition of cold-press 

transitive verb

: to press without applying heat from an external source cold-pressing olives also : to extract (oil) by cold-pressing

First Known Use of cold-press

1893, in the meaning defined above

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