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compress

verb [T] uk   us   /kəmˈpres/
to press something into a smaller space: Firmly compress the soil in the pot so that the plant is secure. compressed air to make information, a piece of writing, etc. shorter: The course compresses two year's training into six intensive months. I managed to compress ten pages of notes into four paragraphs. to make a computer file use less space when it is stored in the memory of a computer or on a disk, by using a special program: to compress data/files
compressible
adjective uk   us   /-ɪ.bl̩/
compressible gas

compress

noun [C] uk   /ˈkɒm.pres/  us   /ˈkɑːm-/
a thick, soft piece of cloth that is pressed to a part of a person's body to stop bleeding or to reduce pain or swelling: a cold/hot compress
Traducciones de “compress”
en árabe يَضغَط…
en coreano 압축하다…
in Malaysian memampatkan…
en francés comprimer…
en turco sıkıştırmak, sıkmak, basmak…
en italiano comprimere…
en chino (tradicionál) 壓縮, 壓緊, 壓縮(文字)…
en ruso сжимать, сжимать (напр., файл или фото)…
en polaco ściskać, sprężać, kondensować…
in Vietnamese ép, nén…
en español comprimir…
en portugués comprimir, condensar…
in Thai บีบอัด…
en alemán zusammenpressen…
en catalán comprimir…
en japonés ~を圧縮する…
in Indonesian memadatkan…
en chino (simplificado) 压缩, 压紧, 压缩(文字)…
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