English translation of 'comprimir'
1. to compress
2. (apertar) to squeeze
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'comprimir' in Other Languages
British English: press /prɛs/ VERB
If you press something somewhere, you push it firmly against something else.
He pressed his back against the door.
- American English: press
- Arabic: يَضْغَط
- Brazilian Portuguese: comprimir
- Chinese: 压榨
- Croatian: pritisnuti
- Czech: stisknout
- Danish: presse
- Dutch: drukken
- European Spanish: apretar presionar
- Finnish: painaa
- French: appuyer
- German: drücken
- Greek: πιέζω
- Italian: premere
- Japanese: 押す
- Korean: 누르다
- Norwegian: presse
- Polish: nacisnąć
- European Portuguese: comprimir
- Romanian: a apăsa
- Russian: давить
- Spanish: apretar
- Swedish: pressa
- Thai: กด
- Turkish: bastırmak
- Ukrainian: тиснути
- Vietnamese: ép
British English: compress VERB
When you compress something or when it compresses, it is pressed or squeezed so that it takes up less space.
Poor posture, sitting, or walking slouched over, compresses the body's organs.
Translation of comprimir from the Collins Portuguese to English
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