Hindi translation of squeeze
squeezePowered by COBUILD /skwiːz स्क्वीज़्/
Word forms: squeezes, squeezing, squeezed
Definitions and Translations
1. transitive verb, countable noun
If you squeeze something soft or flexible, or if you give it a squeeze, you press it firmly from two sides.
⇒ Dip the cloth in water, then squeeze it dry.
2. transitive verb
If you squeeze a liquid or a soft substance out of an object, you get the liquid or substance out by pressing the object.
⇒ Joe squeezed some detergent over the dishes.
3. transitive or intransitive verb
If you squeeze someone or something somewhere, or if they squeeze there, they manage to get through or into a small space.
⇒ Mice can squeeze through a hole the size of a finger. ⇒ He squeezed his body between the ball and the ground
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Example Sentences Including 'squeeze'
I opened a gummed eye which shrank from the light like a live oyster to a squeeze of lemon.A DARKENING STAIN (2002)
They will know you have to come up with an agreement before polling day, and they will squeeze you dry on the details.Wall Games
With a gentle squeeze of the trigger he fired a single bullet.Wall Games
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'squeeze' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَعْصِرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: espremer
- Chinese: 压榨
- Croatian: stisnuti
- Czech: mačkat zmáčknoutpevně rukama
- Danish: presse
- Dutch: knijpen
- European Spanish: exprimir
- Finnish: rutistaa
- French: comprimer
- German: zusammendrücken
- Greek: στίβω
- Italian: spremere
- Japanese: 強く押す
- Korean: 꽉 잡다
- Norwegian: klemme
- Polish: ścisnąć ściskać
- Portuguese: espremer
- Romanian: a strânge
- Russian: сжимать
- Spanish: exprimir
- Swedish: klämma
- Thai: บีบ
- Turkish: sıkmak
- Ukrainian: чавити
- Vietnamese: siết chặt
Translation of squeeze from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary