- vt.& vi.挤，榨，捏; 压迫，压榨;
- vt.榨取，汲取; 轻轻地捏; 向…勒索（或榨取）;
- vi.在强压下屈服; 施加压力; 挤过去;
- n.挤压，压榨; 抱紧，拥挤; 拥挤的人群; <口>压力;
- 复数: squeezes;
- 第三人称单数: squeezes;
- 过去式: squeezed;
- 过去分词: squeezed;
- 现在分词: squeezing;
to squeeze a tube of toothpaste
The Government's financial squeeze had killed the scheme off.
I had the conviction Larkin's nerve would crack and he'd squeeze the trigger in a reflex action.
The company intends to squeeze further savings from its suppliers.
It was a squeeze in the car with five of them.
I liked her way of reassuring you with a squeeze of the hand.
Jack showed off his latest squeeze at the weekend.
He reached for her hand and gave it a reassuring squeeze.
The government will squeeze the economy into a severe recession to force inflation down.
The lift holds six people at a squeeze.
The CBI also says the squeeze is slowing down inflation.
Never squeeze blackheads, spots or pimples.
He conjured up a smile and reached out to squeeze her hand.
Give the tube of toothpaste a squeeze.
The government will always try to squeeze more money out of the taxpayer.
I tried to squeeze the water out of my soaking skirt.
When the government is in a tight squeeze it usually tries to borrow money from abroad.
This machine helps you to squeeze more juice out.
He gave his mother a comforting squeeze as he left.
He gave her an affectionate squeeze.
Zemel says that when calcium levels are low, the body releases a hormone that helps squeeze the most out of every available milligram of the mineral.
He can't squeeze the wet coat dry.
I can't squeeze another thing into my trunk.
This only gave them opportunity to squeeze profits.
It was a tight squeeze in the crowded bus.
The room was crowded but I managed to squeeze in.
When you squeeze a handful of snow, the flakes cohere to make a snowball.
But he had never imagined she was so poor and he couldn't squeeze anything out of her.
Squeeze yourselves a little.
Nonetheless, the developers of the Chinatown garage are confident with the technology and are counting on it to squeeze 67 cars in an apartment-building basement that would otherwise fit only 24, accomplished by removing a maneuver space normally required.
As I squeezed back into my car, I saw the same lady looking in at me.
2015年高考英语上海卷 语法填空 A 原文
If you like, a squeeze of fresh lemon juice on the bananas will prevent them turning brown.
2018年高考英语全国卷2 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
When choosing everyday products such as toothpaste, we appreciate a cool-looking device that allows us to easily squeeze the toothpaste onto our brush.
2016年高考英语上海卷 选词填空 原文
jobs are at high risk of being automated, according to a University of Oxford study, with the middle class disproportionately squeezed.
Fundamentally, the USPS is in a historic squeeze between technological change that has permanently decreased demand for its bread-and-butter product, first-class mail, and a regulatory structure that denies management the flexibility to adjust its operations to the new reality.
1. the act of gripping and pressing firmly;
"he gave her cheek a playful squeeze"
2. a state in which there is a short supply of cash to lend to businesses and consumers and interest rates are high
3. a situation in which increased costs cannot be passed on to the customer;
"increased expenses put a squeeze on profits"
4. (slang) a person's girlfriend or boyfriend;
"she was his main squeeze"
5. a twisting squeeze;
"gave the wet cloth a wring"
6. an aggressive attempt to compel acquiescence by the concentration or manipulation of power
7. a tight or amorous embrace;
"come here and give me a big hug"
8. the act of forcing yourself (or being forced) into or through a restricted space;
"getting through that small opening was a tight squeeze"
1. to compress with violence, out of natural shape or condition;
"crush an aluminum can"
"squeeze a lemon"
2. press firmly;
"He squeezed my hand"
3. squeeze like a wedge into a tight space;
"I squeezed myself into the corner"
4. to cause to do through pressure or necessity, by physical, moral or intellectual means :"She forced him to take a job in the city";
"He squeezed her for information"
5. obtain by coercion or intimidation;
"They extorted money from the executive by threatening to reveal his past to the company boss"
"They squeezed money from the owner of the business by threatening him"
6. press or force;
"Stuff money into an envelope"
"She thrust the letter into his hand"
7. squeeze tightly between the fingers;
"He pinched her behind"
"She squeezed the bottle"
8. hug, usually with fondness;
"Hug me, please"
9. squeeze or press together;
"she compressed her lips"
"the spasm contracted the muscle"
put the squeeze on
(informal)coerce or pressurize (someone)
squeeze one's eyes shut
close one's eyes tightly
To fire (a round of bullets) by squeezing the trigger.
squeeze through 或 squeeze by
To manage narrowly to pass, win, or survive.
press, jam, squeeze, compress, squash
紧缩信贷 吃紧 挤轧空头
- squeeze play
They pulled off that squeeze play like the professionals they are.
- squeeze play