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squeeze (sb/sth) in/squeeze (sb/sth) into sth

verb uk phrasal verb with squeeze   /skwiːz/ us  
B2 to succeed in getting someone or something into a small space or object, often by pushing or forcing: The car's quite full, but we could manage to squeeze another couple of people in. I must have put on a lot of weight over Christmas because I can only just squeeze into my jeans.
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Translations of “squeeze (sb/sth) in/squeeze (sb/sth) into sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)擠進, (把…)塞入…
in Chinese (Simplified) (使)挤进, (把…)塞入…
(Definition of squeeze (sb/sth) in/squeeze (sb/sth) into sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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