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squash

verb /skwoʃ/
to press, squeeze or crush
aplastar
He tried to squash too many clothes into his case The tomatoes got squashed (flat) at the bottom of the shopping-bag.
to defeat (a rebellion etc).
derrotar
squashy adjective soft or easily squashed
blando
The rain makes the fruit very squashy.
(Definition of squash from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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