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squeeze sb/sth in

phrasal verb with squeeze uk   /skwiːz/ us   /skwiːz/ verb
C2 to manage to do something or see someone in a short period of time or when you are very busy: While we're in Australia, we're hoping to squeeze in a trip to the Barrier Reef. I'm very busy this week but I could squeeze you in at 2.30 on Tuesday.

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in Chinese (Simplified) 挤出时间做, 抽出时间见(某人)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 擠出時間做, 抽出時間見(某人)…
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