- adj.紧缺的; （食物）压成某种形状的; 压平的; 金钱（或空间、时间等） 有限;
- v.按( press的过去式和过去分词 ); 逼迫; 压榨; 使紧贴;
He pressed on in the hope that a few others would join him. The tactic paid off.
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Poland pressed on with economic reform.
Leona put some detergent into the dishwasher, shut the door and pressed the switch.
They had pressed for their children to be taught French.
She wore a brown shirt pressed without a wrinkle.
He weakly pressed his arms against her sides.
She felt something being pressed into her hands.
She pressed back against the door until it swung inwards.
He pressed for a full investigation, but was warned off.
Are you pressed for time, Mr Bayliss? If not, I suggest we have lunch.
She pressed herself against the wall.
The driver must have pressed on the accelerator.
The man was pressed to pay off his debt.
He pressed down the accelerator pedal of his car.
The shoe pressed painfully against her big toe.
The crowd pressed together so tightly that we could hardly breathe.
The police pressed on with the investigation.
She is pressed with sorrows.
The grass had been pressed down in place where people had been lying.
The boy pressed his ear against the door.
I am pressed for a reply.
Reporters pressed him for an explanation.
It was getting dark, so they pressed on.
She pressed the patient a bit too hard when she gave him an injection.
More and more Americans feel pressed for time nowadays
But Steve pressed on, playing for the first time in his life for a stranger.
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