- adj.压缩的; <生>扁长形的;
- v.压紧，压缩( compress的过去式和过去分词 ); 精简;
All those three books are compacted and compressed into one book.
Jets of compressed air gave the aircraft lateral and directional stability.
The compressed gas is cooled and condenses into a liquid.
Her lips compressed into a thin line.
The poet compressed many thoughts and emotions into a few well - chosen words.
He compressed his report into three pages.
He compressed cotton into bales.
With a supply of compressed air, the large balloon inflated in a matter of seconds.
In her anger she compressed her lips so tightly that they went white.
When you download the font it may be in a compressed format, such as a zip file.
With a supply of compressed air,the large balloon inflated in a matter of seconds.
Some courses such as engineering had to be compressed.
Information that's not essential is deleted and what's left is compressed.
The skin darkened where it was compressed by the elastic garment.
A compressed horizontal scale commonly is helpful in seeing stratigraphic changes.
1. pressed tightly together;
"with lips compressed"
2. reduced in volume by pressure;
3. flattened laterally along the whole length (e.g., certain leafstalks or flatfishes)