press en Inglés

Pronunciación
n. journals and newspapers collectively; act or process of printing; roller used to flatten or straighten objects; pressure, act of pressing
v. push, apply pressure; iron, remove creases or wrinkles by applying pressure; confiscate for public or government use
v. squeeze, press, apply pressure, apply force or weight; pack in, cram together, become stuck, cause to be stuck; oppress, suppress

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“Don’t be afraid to press,” he said, in an encouraging manner; “I can support you comfortably.”
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As for Mrs Aouda, she took the gentleman’s hand and pressed it in her own, unable to speak a single word!
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At a press conference, he said he was determined to ensure that the forces of peace and justice prevail.
(Source: Voice of America)
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“Fifty-five thousand!” answered Fix, pressing the hand of the Frenchman.
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“Look,” he said; “you have only to press this spring, and the box opens… and, here it is!”
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Ah! cried Mrs Aouda, pressing his hand to her heart.
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“We are concerned by the deteriorating security situation in Bangui,” said spokesperson Cecile Pouilly, during a press briefing in Geneva.
(Source: Voice of America)
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Once there, they informed the press of the raids committed by suspected Islamists from Boko Haram.
(Source: Voice of America)
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She is pressed for time because she is going to lunch.
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They have not spoken to us because they were pressed for time.
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Sinónimos

1. compress: constrain, crowd, crush, jam, mash, push, squash
2. newsmen
3. crowd: cram, crush, jam, squash, squeeze
4. flatten: iron, smooth



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