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English definition of “squeeze”

squeeze

noun
 
 
/skwiːz/
[C] the action of firmly pressing something: He gave her hand a little squeeze.Squeezing and grinding
it's a squeeze used to say that there are too many people or things in a small space: We all got in, but it was a tight squeeze.Filling and completing
a squeeze of lemon/orange, etc a small amount of juice from a lemon/orange, etcGeneral words for size and amount
(Definition of squeeze noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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