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To press hard on or together; compress.
To press gently, as in affection: squeezed her hand.
To exert pressure on, as by way of extracting liquid: squeeze an orange.
To extract by or as if by applying pressure: squeeze juice from a lemon; squeezed a confession out of a suspect.
To extract by dishonest means; extort.
To pressure or intimidate (someone) to comply with a demand, as to make an extortion payment.
To obtain room for by pressure; cram: squeezed her books into the briefcase.
To manage to find time or space for.
To force (an opponent) to use a potentially winning card in a trick he or she cannot take in bridge.
To cause (a run or base runner) to score on a squeeze play.
To give way under pressure.
To exert pressure.
To force one's way: squeeze through a crowd; squeeze into a tight space.
The act or an instance of squeezing.
An amount squeezed out: a squeeze of lemon.
A handclasp or brief embrace.
A group crowded together; a crush.
A squeeze play.
Financial pressure caused by shortages or narrowing economic margins.
Pressure or intimidation to comply with a demand, as to make an extortion payment.
A forced discard of a potentially winning card in bridge.
One's primary romantic partner or sweetheart.
Phrasal Verbs: squeeze off
To fire (a round of bullets) by squeezing the trigger.
To manage narrowly to pass, win, or survive.