squeezable

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الإنجليزية - التركية
sıkılabilir
sıkıştırılabilir
{s} uslu
{s} uysal
{s} sıkımlık
squeeze
{f} sıkışmak
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{f} sıkmak
squeeze
sıkıştırmak
squeeze
{f} ezmek
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{i} sıkışıklık
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{i} sıkışma
squeeze
{i} zorla alma
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{i} kucaklama
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sık

Portakalların suyunu sıktım. - I squeezed the juice out of the oranges.

O, çay için bir limon sıktı. - She squeezed a lemon for tea.

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sıkış

Beni yoğun programına sıkıştırabilir misin? - Can you squeeze me into your busy schedule?

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(Argo) kız arkadaş
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zor bir duruma sokmak
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sızdırmak
squeeze
kıstırmak
squeeze
tıkmak
squeeze
bir defada sıkılan miktar
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(Argo) manita
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kısıtlama
squeeze
sığdırmak
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izdiham
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sıkıştır

Beni yoğun programına sıkıştırabilir misin? - Can you squeeze me into your busy schedule?

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sıkma

O, portakalın suyunu sıkmaya çalıştı. - She tried to squeeze the juice from the orange.

O, portakalın suyunu sıkmaya çalıştı. - She tried to squeeze the juice out of the orange.

squeeze
kalabalık
squeeze
el sıkma
squeeze
zorla koparmak
capable of being easily compressed
olma yeteneğine kolayca sıkıştırılmış
squeeze
para sızdırmak
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ezilmek
squeeze
sığmak
squeeze
{i} sıkıştırma
squeeze
tıkıştırmak
squeeze
baskı
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{f} suyunu çıkarmak
squeeze
zorla almak
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yaş kağıtla kalıbını çıkarmak
squeeze
{f} baskı yapmak
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yaş kâğıtla çıkarılan kalıp
squeeze
sıkıştırıp sızdırmak sıkıştırmak
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{f} 1. (meyve, ıslak bez v.b.'ni) sıkmak: Squeeze me a glass of orange juice. Bana bir bardak portakal suyu sık. She squeezed some toothpaste
squeeze
sıkıştır,v.sık: n.sıkmak
squeeze
sıkıştırıp tıkmak
squeeze
kısmak
squeeze
in a squeeze zor durumda
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(meyve, ıslak bez v.b.'ni) sıkmak: Squeeze me a glass of orange juice. Bana bir bardak portakal suyu sık. She squeezed some toothpaste
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squeeze bottle sıkıştırılınca içindekiler bo
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
capable of being easily compressed
able to be squeezed
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To apply pressure to from two or more sides at once

Over there—by the rock, Steele muttered, with his brush between his teeth, squeezing out raw sienna, and keeping his eyes fixed on Betty Flanders's back.

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The act of bunting in an attempt to score a runner from third

The game ended in exciting fashion with a failed squeeze.

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An impression of an inscription formed by pressing wet paper onto the surface and peeling off when dry

The light not being good enough for photography, I took a squeeze of the stone.

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A traversal of a narrow passage

It was a tight squeeze, but I got through to the next section of the cave.

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A romantic partner

I want to be your main squeeze.

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To remove something with difficulty, or apparent difficulty

He squeezed some money out of his wallet.

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the act of forcing yourself (or being forced) into or through a restricted space; "getting through that small opening was a tight squeeze" the act of gripping and pressing firmly; "he gave her cheek a playful squeeze" a twisting squeeze; "gave the wet cloth a wring" (slang) a person's girlfriend or boyfriend; "she was his main squeeze" a situation in which increased costs cannot be passed on to the customer; "increased expenses put a squeeze on profits" press firmly; "He squeezed my hand
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{n} a pressure, compression, close hug
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{v} to press close, crush, oppress
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Action by a central bank to reduce supply in order to increase the price of money
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A market situation in which the lack of supplies tends to force shorts to cover their positions by offset at higher prices
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obtain by coercion or intimidation; "They extorted money from the executive by threatening to reveal his past to the company boss"; "They squeezed money from the owner of the business by threatening him"
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Fig
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a situation in which increased costs cannot be passed on to the customer; "increased expenses put a squeeze on profits"
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squeeze like a wedge into a tight space; "I squeezed myself into the corner"
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thin ridge of fine paste and release that may form between the texture mats while stamping
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an attempt to limit (but not totally freeze) increases in pay, profits, credit, etc
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the act of gripping and pressing firmly; "he gave her cheek a playful squeeze"
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If you say that getting a number of people into a small space is a squeeze, you mean that it is only just possible for them all to get into it. It was a squeeze in the car with five of them = squash
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Someone's squeeze is their boyfriend or girlfriend. Jack showed off his latest squeeze at the weekend
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A facsimile impression taken in some soft substance, as pulp, from an inscription on stone
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Pain or discomfort in an enclosed (sinuses, Middle ear, inside a mask), caused by shrinkage of that space, occurs on decent
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squeeze or press together; "she compressed her lips"; "the spasm contracted the muscle"
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To take advantage of the opponent's compulsion to move any playable roll
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A long squeeze occurs when supplies of a commodity are not enough to allow delivery of the asset underlying the futures contract A short squeeze is the opposite - here the physical commodity will be delivered, unless the futures contract is closed out
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A situation that occurs when the price of a security increases dramatically, thus pressuring short sellers to cover their short positions in order to avoid greater losses The covering of short positions serves to raise the price of the security even more, thus increasing the losses of short sellers who have still not covered their short positions
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If you squeeze something out of someone, you persuade them to give it to you, although they may be unwilling to do this. The investigators complained about the difficulties of squeezing information out of residents
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If you squeeze a person or thing somewhere or if they squeeze there, they manage to get through or into a small space. They lowered him gradually into the cockpit. Somehow they squeezed him in the tight space, and strapped him in Many break-ins are carried out by youngsters who can squeeze through tiny windows
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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 put the plug in the sink and squeezed some detergent over the dishes. freshly squeezed lemon juice
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{i} act of squeezing; hug; handshake; amount extracted by squeezing; sweetheart (Slang)
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Excessively tight point in the passage, usually requiring a great deal of effort to get through The most feared underground obstacle
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squeeze tightly between the fingers; "He pinched her behind"; "She squeezed the bottle"
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A difficult position
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A constriction in the passage
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To attempt to score a runner from third by bunting
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If you squeeze your eyes shut or if your eyes squeeze shut, you close them tightly, usually because you are frightened or to protect your eyes from something such as strong sunlight. Nancy squeezed her eyes shut and prayed If you keep your eyes squeezed shut, you'll miss the show
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The act of one who squeezes; compression between bodies; pressure
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an aggressive attempt to compel acquiescence by the concentration or manipulation of power
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If a government squeezes the economy, they put strict controls on people's ability to borrow money or on their own departments' freedom to spend money, in order to control the country's rate of inflation. The government will squeeze the economy into a severe recession to force inflation down Squeeze is also a noun. The CBI also says the squeeze is slowing down inflation
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To put in a difficult position by presenting two or more choices
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press firmly; "He squeezed my hand
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press or force; "Stuff money into an envelope"; "She thrust the letter into his hand"
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To force, or cause to pass, by compression; often with out, through, etc
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as, to squeeze an orange with the fingers; to squeeze the hand in friendship
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as, to squeeze water through felt
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(slang) a person's girlfriend or boyfriend; "she was his main squeeze"
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pain or discomfort in an enclosed space (sinuses, middle ears, inside a mask) caused by shrinkage of that space, occurs on descent
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A hug or other affectionate grasp
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Pressure or constraint used to force the making of a gift, concession, or the like; exaction; extortion
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a tight or amorous embrace; "come here and give me a big hug"
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to cause to do through pressure or necessity, by physical, moral or intellectual means : "She forced him to take a job in the city"; "He squeezed her for information"
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A cave passage so tight that the caver has to force their body through
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a state in which there is a short supply of cash to lend to businesses and consumers and interest rates are high
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The action of the second and third fingers against the thumb, much like snapping the fingers, as they deliver the ball
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If you squeeze something, you press it firmly, usually with your hands. He squeezed her arm reassuringly Dip the bread briefly in water, then squeeze it dry. Squeeze is also a noun. I liked her way of reassuring you with a squeeze of the hand
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The deformation of a seal caused by the overlap in dimension between the seal and the gland into which it is installed
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A pressure imbalance on an air space that is found within the diver's body or equipment Such spaces include the ears, sinuses, mask, stomach and wetsuit The "squeeze" results from a pressure imbalance between these air spaces and the water pressure surrounding the diver
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{f} press on, compress; extract by pressure; hug; compact, cram; blackmail, extort
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To press; to urge one's way, or to pass, by pressing; to crowd; often with through, into, etc
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the act of forcing yourself (or being forced) into or through a restricted space; "getting through that small opening was a tight squeeze"
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To fit into a tight place
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hug, usually with fondness; "Hug me, please"; "They embraced"
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Pain or discomfort in an enclosed space (sinuses, middle ears, inside a face mask) caused by shrinkage of that space; occurs on descent
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To oppress with hardships, burdens, or taxes; to harass; to crush
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as, to squeeze hard to get through a crowd
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a twisting squeeze; "gave the wet cloth a wring"
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to compress with violence, out of natural shape or condition; "crush an aluminum can"; "squeeze a lemon"
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press firmly; "He squeezed my hand"
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To press between two bodies; to press together closely; to compress; often, to compress so as to expel juice, moisture, etc
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The gradual closing of workings by the weight of the overlying strata
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    النطق

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'skwEz ] (verb.) circa 1601. alteration of obsolete English quease, from Middle English queysen, from Old English cwysan; akin to Icelandic kveisa stomach cramps.

    كلمة اليوم

    deliquesce
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