- vi.压; 逼迫; 重压;
- n.媒体，报刊杂志，出版社; 记者；报道; 拥挤的人群; 印刷机；榨汁机; 挤压，按;
- 复数: presses;
- 第三人称单数: presses;
- 过去式: pressed;
- 过去分词: pressed;
- 现在分词: pressing;
Press firmly on the wound to stop the bleeding.
The press did a very effective hatchet job on her last movie.
Inevitably, the press exaggerated the story.
Insert coins into the slot and press for a ticket.
There's a big press launch today and you're most welcome to come along.
He faced the press, initially, in a somewhat subdued mood.
On this occasion the press have not been intrusive and they have shown great tact.
"Who's your publisher?" — "Lockett Press," she said, and she raised an eyebrow meaningfully.
They gave assurances they would press for reciprocity with Greece in the issuing of visas.
Bank robberies, burglaries and muggings are reported almost daily in the press.
Well, let's press on.
The prince has also enlisted his two daughters in the effort to avoid the press.
The others are meeting to see what they can do to shut him up. He's been popping off to the press.
The press mogul befriended the high and mighty in Britain.
The protest campaign has used mass strikes and demonstrations to press its demands.
David McNeil is travelling with the White House press corps.
The press branded him a liar.
Give the button a slight press and the music would die.
They have leaked the information out to the press.
Think carefully about what you say: your views could be easily misrepresented by the press.
The announcement was made in an impromptu press conference at the airport.
The press gave ear to the chancellor's warning of a possible rise in interest rates.
The last edition of this newspaper goes to press at 6 p.m.
She can't sing. So don't press her to.
The play got rave praises in the local press.
Their jobs were all exposed by the press.
He took advantage of other's difficulties to press for the repayment of debts.
It produced so much favourable comment from the press.
As I was considering all this, a press release from a respected research firm crossed my desk, announcing that the five-star rating system that Medicare developed in 2008 to help families compare nursing home quality also has little relationship to how satisfied its residents or their family members are.
Mrs.Hampton, we’ve got trouble in the press room this morning.
In a press release describing the report, Mr. Annan stressed the need for the negotiations to focus on increasing the flow of money from rich to poor regions to help reduce their vulnerability to climate hazards while still curbing the emissions of the heat-trapping gases.
Ease of care was most important: summer dresses and outfits, in particular, were chiefly cotton, readily capable of being washed and pressed at home.
About 80% of our company's year-over-year declines in comparable sales can be attributed to shortfalls ( ' , 短缺) in cold-weather goods, said chief executive Terry Lundgren in a press release.
During commercials, an overlay will appear at the bottom of the screen, prompting viewers to press a button to request a free sample or order a catalogue.
Nations are also pressing ahead with space research and satellite projects to expand their global navigation abilities.
It opened its fourth station last year and is pressing ahead with plans to build a fifth.
Even the technology press conferences, which have been high-profile in the past and reached a level of drama and theatrics fitting for a Las Vegas stage, have a different bent to them.
And then, at a press conference in Chicago in 1988, Jesse Jackson declared that African American was the term to embrace.
A 2012 press release from Statistics Sweden bears the title "Gender Equality in Sweden Treading(踩)Water" and notes: 1、The total income from employment for all ages is lower for women than for men
The perpetual argument is that funds are tight, that we have more pressing problems here on Earth.
More and more Americans feel pressed for time nowadays
Well, first of all, he kept the two dolphins together in the same tank and taught them to press levers whenever they saw a light.
If the light flashed on and off several times, the dolphins were supposed to press the left-hand lever followed by the right-hand one
If the light was kept steady, the dolphins were supposed to press the levers in reverse order.
The levers and light were set up in exactly the same way except that this time it was only Doris who could see the light indicating which lever to press first
But in order to get their fish, both dolphins had to press the levers in the correct order.
Press the right-hand lever first
But Steve pressed on, playing for the first time in his life for a stranger.
2019年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
In any unsafe situation, simply press the button and a highly-trained agent will get you the help you need.
2018年高考英语北京卷 单项填空 原文
The keyboard could offer a strong layer of security by analyzing things like the force of a user's typing and the time between key presses.
2019年高考英语全国卷I 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
The steam-powered printing press was still in its early stages; the literacy rate in england was under 50%.
2018年高考英语浙江卷 阅读理解 阅读A 原文
To do CPR, you press on the sick person's chest so that blood moves through the body and takes oxygen to organs.
2017年高考英语北京卷 阅读理解 阅读A 原文
These men believed in journalism as a calling,and were proud to be published in the daily press.
The second half of the 20th century saw a collection of geniuses, warriors, entrepreneurs and visionaries labour to create a fabulous machine that could function as a typewriter and printing press, studio and theatre, paintbrush and gallery, piano and radio, the mail as well as the mail carrier.
Unable to tell whether someone really objects to behavioural ads or whether they are sticking with Microsoft’s default, some may ignore a DNT signal and press on anyway.
The infrastructure required to make a physical newspaper—printing presses, delivery trucks—isn’t just expensive; it’s excessive at a time when online-only competitors don’t have the same set of financial constraints.
Dickens and his publishers simply pressed on with a new artist.
1. newspaper writers and photographers
2. the state of urgently demanding notice or attention;
"the press of business matters"
3. the gathering and publishing of news in the form of newspapers or magazines
4. a machine used for printing
5. a dense crowd of people
6. a tall piece of furniture that provides storage space for clothes; has a door and rails or hooks for hanging clothes
7. clamp to prevent wooden rackets from warping when not in use
8. any machine that exerts pressure to form or shape or cut materials or extract liquids or compress solids
9. a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then smoothly lifted overhead
10. the act of pressing; the exertion of pressure;
"he gave the button a press"
"he used pressure to stop the bleeding"
"at the pressing of a button"
1. exert pressure or force to or upon;
"He pressed down on the boards"
"press your thumb on this spot"
2. force or impel in an indicated direction;
"I urged him to finish his studies"
3. to be oppressive or burdensome;
"weigh heavily on the mind", "Something pressed on his mind"
4. place between two surfaces and apply weight or pressure;
5. squeeze or press together;
"she compressed her lips"
"the spasm contracted the muscle"
6. crowd closely;
"The crowds pressed along the street"
7. create by pressing;
"Press little holes into the soft clay"
8. be urgent;
"This is a pressing problem"
9. exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person; be an advocate for;
"The liberal party pushed for reforms"
"She is crusading for women's rights"
"The Dean is pushing for his favorite candidate"
10. press from a plastic;
"press a record"
11. make strenuous pushing movements during birth to expel the baby;
"`Now push hard,' said the doctor to the woman"
12. lift weights;
"This guy can press 300 pounds"
13. ask for or request earnestly;
"The prophet bid all people to become good persons"
compressible 可压缩的, 可压榨的
press 压, 按
go to press
go to be printed
press something home
press the flesh
(informal, chiefly N. Amer.)(of a celebrity or politician) greet people by shaking hands
press the flesh【非正式用语】
To shake hands and mingle with many people, especially while campaigning for public office.
magazine, journal, periodical, publication, newspaper, review, press
press, jam, squeeze, compress, squash
- press gang
The voters were press-ganged to the polls.
- press gang