squeezing / skwiz /


squeezing3 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb

squeezed, squeez·ing.

  1. to press forcibly together; compress.
  2. to apply pressure to in order to extract juice, sap, or the like: to squeeze an orange.
  3. to force out, extract, or procure by pressure: to squeeze juice from an orange.
v. 无主动词 verb

squeezed, squeez·ing.

  1. to exert a compressing force.
  2. to force a way through some narrow or crowded place.
  3. to merge or come together.
n. 名词 noun
  1. the act or fact of squeezing or the fact of being squeezed.
  2. a clasping of one's hand around another's hand, arm, etc., as a token of affection, friendship, sympathy, or the like.
  3. a hug or close embrace.

squeezing 近义词

v. 动词 verb

try to get money out of

v. 动词 verb

exert pressure on sides, parts of something


  • squeeze off
  • squeeze play
  • squeeze through
  • main squeeze
  • put the arm (squeeze) on
  • tight squeeze


  1. The simple, five-position knob allows you to adjust the squeeze pressure, and the unit comes with two different screens, coarse and fine.
  2. My research has shown that there is more to marriage trafficking than the “marriage squeeze” and female scarcity.
  3. Tens of millions of people have lost work, putting a squeeze on finances.
  4. For publishers that have numerous direct relationships with brands, that squeeze hasn’t been all bad.
  5. In China, for example, food inflation has been accelerating in the last couple of months, and a squeeze on imports because of the pandemic is one reason why.
  6. They wanted Jet Blue to squeeze more passengers into the cabin.
  7. Between her slew of appointments, Lennox manages to squeeze in enough time for no less than 40 different charities.
  8. His wife, Rita, would wait and pray until she would hear the bicycle squeeze horn he had affixed to the chair.
  9. Bone was a highly competent managing editor, and contrived somehow to squeeze us into the tumultuous Post office.
  10. You might expect prisoners to have to pay extra for items like habanero squeeze cheese, for example, but what about pen and paper?
  11. As long as an emergency truck could squeeze through at moderate speed, that was enough.
  12. From this point Mr Dean began to pump and squeeze, and Trumps proved worthy of his name in the way he submitted to both processes.
  13. In this day there were some drops of the golden juices—some drops that she must squeeze out, that her thirsty lips must drink.
  14. She would squeeze, squeeze out the golden juices that these moments contained which lay immediately before her.
  15. It was rather a tight squeeze for his broad shoulders, getting through the opening, but he managed it.