squeeze sb/sth in
— phrasal verb with squeeze uk /skwiːz/ us /skwiːz/ verb
- Do you think we could squeeze in a trip to the shops?
- I have an appointment at 10.00 and one at 11.00 but I could squeeze you in in between.
- Could you squeeze in another meeting?
- We're quite busy on Saturday but I'm sure we can squeeze you in.
- We're only in Spain for a week but I'm hoping we can squeeze in a trip to Madrid.