Bedeutung von “squeeze” — Learner’s Dictionary

squeeze

verb us uk /skwiːz/
Squeeze the sponge until it is dry.The gun will fire if you squeeze the trigger.The python squeezes its prey to death.Squeeze the two surfaces together until the glue has dried.The brake pads squeeze the wheel rim to slow the bicycle down.

B2 [ T ] to press something firmly:

She squeezed his hand and said goodbye.
squeeze into/through/past, etc

B2 to move somewhere where there is very little space:

She squeezed through a narrow gap in the wall.
squeeze a lemon/orange, etc

to press a lemon/orange, etc to get juice from it:

(Definition von “squeeze verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)