To press hard on or together; compress. (verb-transitive)
To press gently, as in affection: squeezed her hand. (verb-transitive)
To exert pressure on, as by way of extracting liquid: squeeze an orange. (verb-transitive)
To extract by or as if by applying pressure: squeeze juice from a lemon; squeezed a confession out of a suspect. (verb-transitive)
To extract by dishonest means; extort. (verb-transitive)
To pressure or intimidate (someone) to comply with a demand, as to make an extortion payment. (verb-transitive)
To obtain room for by pressure; cram: squeezed her books into the briefcase. (verb-transitive)
To manage to find time or space for. (verb-transitive)
Games To force (an opponent) to use a potentially winning card in a trick he or she cannot take in bridge. (verb-transitive)
Baseball To cause (a run or base runner) to score on a squeeze play. (verb-transitive)
To give way under pressure. (verb-intransitive)
To exert pressure. (verb-intransitive)
To force one's way: squeeze through a crowd; squeeze into a tight space. (verb-intransitive)
The act or an instance of squeezing. (noun)
An amount squeezed out: a squeeze of lemon. (noun)
A handclasp or brief embrace. (noun)
A group crowded together; a crush. (noun)
Informal A squeeze play. (noun)
Financial pressure caused by shortages or narrowing economic margins. (noun)
Pressure or intimidation to comply with a demand, as to make an extortion payment. (noun)
Games A forced discard of a potentially winning card in bridge. (noun)
Slang One's primary romantic partner or sweetheart. (noun)
squeeze off To fire (a round of bullets) by squeezing the trigger. (phrasal-verb)
through To manage narrowly to pass, win, or survive. (phrasal-verb)
Examples of word Squeeze
It kept eating my comment to cweenmj up there, so I’m going to squeeze him down here lol *squeeze*
Oscar, my main squeeze is threatening to put your lights out.
In fact, quickly, before we chat with you, I just want to remind everybody, as Rob was saying, you see there on the side of your screen, we'll have what we call a squeeze back all day long on the winter weather conditions and flight delays across the country.
We do want to remind everybody what they're looking at, though, on the screen because we have what we call the squeeze-back.
"There's several questions about the squeeze last night, and a lot of people tend to think that the squeeze is a given, that it works," Garner said.