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squeeze verb (squeezed , squeezing ) 1 to grasp or embrace tightly. 2 to press forcefully, especially from at least two sides. 3 to press or crush so as to extract (liquid, juice, toothpaste, etc). 4 to press gently, especially as an indication of affection, reassurance, etc squeezed his hand . 5 tr & intr to force or be forced into or through a confined space Ten of us squeezed into a phone box . 6 (squeeze someone out) to force them from their position, especially by making things intolerable squeezed them out with the high rents . 7 to put under financial pressure squeezed his elderly mother for money for drugs . 8 (usu squeeze something out of someone) to extract it, especially by exerting some form of pressure They eventually squeezed a confession out of him . 9 bridge , whist to play in a way that forces (an opponent) to discard a potentially winning card. noun 1 an act of squeezing. 2 a crowded or crushed state It's a bit of a squeeze with four on the sofa . 3 an amount (of fruit juice, etc) that is obtained by squeezing a squeeze of lemon . 4 a restriction, especially on spending or borrowing money. 5 (also squeeze play) bridge , whist a way of playing that forces an opponent to discard a potentially winning card. [Anglo-Saxon cwysan to press] squeezability noun
. squeezable adjective
. squeezer noun
. put the squeeze on someone colloq to pressurize them into paying something.
squeeze-box noun , colloq an accordion or concertina.
squeezy adjective (squeezier , squeeziest ) said of a bottle, container, etc: soft and flexible so that its contents can be squeezed out.
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