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squeeze

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1 to apply external pressure on so as to force out the juice or contents of
  • She kept squeezing the bottle until the ketchup squirted all over the table.
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2 to fit (people or things) into a tight space
  • I think we can squeeze a bit more into the washing machine.
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3 to reduce in size or volume by or as if by pressing parts or members together
  • squeezed the blanket until it fit into the box
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4 to rob by the use of trickery or threats
  • a blackmailer squeezing them for more money
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sell a bill of goods to, take for a ride, take to the cleaners

5 to force one's way
  • I was able to squeeze through the people clustered around the luggage carousel.
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squeeze

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1 the act or process of reducing the size or volume of something by or as if by pressing
  • He gave the plastic bag a squeeze and then folded it up for storage.
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2 slang a person with whom one is in love
  • She and her main squeeze are spending Valentine's Day at a romantic country inn.
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