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Korean translation of “pressurize”

pressurize

verb (UK usually -ise)
 
/ˈpreʃ·ər·aɪz/
UK (US pressure) to try to force someone to do something
압력을 가하다
He was pressurized into signing the agreement.
to keep the air pressure in a submarine, plane, etc. at a level that is suitable for breathing
압박감을 주다
UK (US pressure) to try to force someone to do something
압력을 가하다
He was pressurized into signing the agreement.
(Definition of pressurize from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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