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English definition of “scrunch”

scrunch

verb (MAKE SMALL)    /skrʌntʃ/
[I or T, + adv/prep] to make something or yourself smaller to fit into a small space: The cat was hiding, scrunched up under the sofa.Not holding the body uprightRecliningMaking things more or less smooth or straight [I or T, usually + adv/prep] to make your face or part of your face into a tight shape in order to show an emotion, or to go into a tight shape that expresses an emotion: He was red with anger and his face was all scrunched up.Grimacing and frowning
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