Definition of squeg
: to oscillate in a highly irregular fashion especially from too much unwanted feedback —used of an electronic system
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Origin and Etymology of squeg
back-formation from squegger tube in which the valve oscillates, from squegg- (blend of squeeze and wedge) + -er; from the oscillation's being a form of blocking of the grid
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