Squeeze Là Gì

khổng lồ press something firmly, especially from all sides in order khổng lồ change its shape, reduce its kích cỡ, or remove liquid from it:
As she waited khổng lồ go into lớn the exam, he squeezed her h& (= pressed it affectionately with his hand) & wished her good luông xã.

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figurative sầu The studio is using all sorts of kinh doanh tricks to lớn squeeze as much profit from the movie as they can.
 

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a period in which the supply of money is limited by the government because of economic difficulties:
squeeze supplies/exports European exports have sầu been squeezed by the cheap dollar and equally cheap Chinese yuan.

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a squeeze on sth A squeeze on earnings is expected khổng lồ be highlighted in official labour market figures this week.
put a/the squeeze on sb/sth Competition from discount operations is putting the squeeze on mid-market chains.
a squeeze in margins/markets/profits A squeeze in the global credit market has forced the company to lớn scrap plans to sell its US drinks division.
feel/face a squeeze A series of reports last week suggests that financial institutions will feel the squeeze on their balance sheets well into lớn next year.
During compression the fabric structure deforms & the water is squeezed out of the paper and the fabric.
Region 4 is unsaturated, và its only role is khổng lồ allow air lớn re-enter the gaps left by the water that has been squeezed out.
Without really challenging hierarchy they still squeezed concessions out of village leaders, turning a weakness into strength.
In both of them, the author squeezes as much material, as many facts, as he can from his meagre sources.
As the boom collapsed, jobbers found themselves squeezed between the demands of the millowners and the resistance of the workers.
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