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|1.||'I'm very frugal, ' he added. 'That house kind of makes me look the other way ... now that money is so tight I squeeze every penny.'||1|
|2.||"The thermal wave squeezes electrons out of the nanotubes like a tube of toothpaste, " Strano explained.||1|
|3.||A 70 - pound octopus can squeeze through a hole as small as a dollar coin.||1|
|4.||A boa constrictor squeezes its victims to death.||1|
|5.||A cat uses its whiskers to determine if a space is too small to squeeze through.||1|
|6.||A differential equation for calculating squeeze-film air damping in slotted plates is developed by modifying the Reynolds equation.||0|
|7.||A dyed eye's blaze has amazed the squeezed and razed girls.||1|
|8.||A group of people were trying to squeeze through the narrow corridor.||1|
|9.||A kind of new experimental molding machine, air impact experimental molding machine with formed squeeze head pushed by air fluid was designed and manufactured.||1|
|10.||A lovely white hand, spangled and professionally looked after, gripped Lois's arm for an intimate squeeze.||1|
|11.||A lovely white hand, spangled and professionally looked after,(This website/spangle.html) gripped Lois's arm for an intimate squeeze.||1|
|12.||A male toad has to be persuasive to get a female to mate with him - in fact, he has to squeeze the eggs right out of her before he can fertilise them.||1|
|13.||A mature orange tree can squeeze out 250 to 300 oranges.||1|
|14.||A membrane filter press was used for solid-liquid separation in a process to fractionate palm oil. After the filtration, press cake was pressed and squeezed to drive out water and air.||1|
|15.||A meretricious populism and pretentious sectarianism have between them squeezed out everything else.||1|
|16.||A pasty yellow juice instead of a clear one can be squeezed from strobil.||1|
|17.||A public sector pay freeze and a squeeze on benefits are thought to be among the main items in the package.||1|
|18.||A scheme is presented to generate the entangled squeezed coherent states via the nonresonant interaction of a two-level atom with a two-mode cavity field.||1|
|19.||A squeeze of her hand reassured him.||1|
|20.||A squeeze of lemon takes the edge off the sweetness.||1|
|21.||A woman in a Chanel suit squeezes past a busboy and peers into the kitchen.||1|
|22.||A worker stimulates the grub to produce its silk by giving it a little squeeze.||1|
|23.||A: I type a cow - to eat the grass, squeeze out the milk.||1|
|24.||Actually, I could not squeeze any more, even at the assembler level.||1|
|25.||Ad a little finely chopped onion, a few black olives, fruity olive oil and a squeeze of lemon.||1|
|26.||Ad a little finely chopped onion, a few black olives(This website/squeeze.html), fruity olive oil and a squeeze of lemon.||1|
|27.||Add two dollars for freshly squeezed orange juice.||1|
|28.||Advantage seven: widely used, can squeeze peanuts and sesame, rapeseed, sunflower, soybean, benne 20 kinds such as oil crops.||1|
|29.||Affricate sound: It is produced by first blocking the air stream and then by letting the air squeeze out the narrow channel formed by the two articulators.||1|
|30.||After dyeing the cloth through an air squeezer device will squeeze water from cloth.||2|
squeezes (third person present) · squeezed (past tense) · squeezed (past participle) · squeezing (present participle)
- firmly press (something soft or yielding), typically with one's fingers.
- manage to get into or through a narrow or restricted space.
- obtain (something) from someone with difficulty.
squeezes (plural noun) · squeeze play (noun) · squeeze plays (plural noun)
- an act of pressing something with one's fingers.
- a strong financial demand or pressure, typically a restriction on borrowing, spending, or investment in a financial crisis.
- a molding or cast of an object, or an impression or copy of a design, obtained by pressing a pliable substance around or over it.