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press

noun     /pres/
the press
B2 newspapers and magazines, or the people who write them пресса the local/national press press reports Media in generalThe press and news reporting
good/bad press
praise or criticism from newspapers, magazines, television, etc благоприятные/неблагоприятные отзывы в прессе She's had a lot of bad press recently.Media in generalThe press and news reporting
BUSINESS [C]
a business that prints and sells books издательство Cambridge University PressPrinting and word processing
PRINT [C] ( also printing press)
a machine used to print books, newspapers, and magazines печатный станок Printing and word processing
MAKE FLAT [no plural]
when you make cloth flat and smooth with a piece of equipment глаженье, утюжка Can you give these trousers a press?Cleaning clothes
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