Word: press

Category: press

News, Business & Industrial, Arts & Entertainment

Related words: press

free press, news press, bench press, press release, daily press, associated press, detroit free press, pioneer press, press herald, french press, shoulder press, french press coffee, heat press, leg press, coffee press, military press, times free press

Synonyms: press

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: press

spanish
oprimir, apretar, presionar, pulsar, prensa, ...


german
zusammenpressen, kleiderschrank, pressen, presse, drücken, ...

french
pressage, contrainte, pressoir, imprimerie, réprimer, ...

italian
pressa, incalzare, urgere, ressa, spingere, ...

portuguese
apertar, imprensa, presidente, comprimir, prensar, ...

dutch
persen, haasten, jachten, pers, hangkast, ...

russian
пресса, пожимать, выдавливать, надавливание, станок, ...

norwegian
presse, trykke

swedish
klämma, trycka, press

finnish
vaatimalla vaatia, puristaminen, ahdistaa, kiireellinen, rientää, ...

danish
presse, trykke

czech
sevřít, vylisovat, tísnit, mačkat, utiskovat, ...

polish
napór, wciśnięcie, ścisk, tłok, tłoczyć, ...

hungarian
könyvnyomtatás, prés, nyomda, hajsza, sajtó

turkish
basmak, sıkmak, sıkıştırmak

greek
πρεσάρω, πιέζω

ukrainian
замочування

albanian
shtrydh

bulgarian
гладя, изглаждам

estonian
vajutama

croatian
tiskanje, novinarstvo, potiskivati, tiskara

latvian
spiesties, spiest

romanian
pasa

slovenian
zatlačit

slovak
stlačiť, nalieha, tlač

Popularity stats: press

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Most searched by cities

Santa Rosa, Portland, Johnson City, Burlington, Chattanooga

The meaning and "use of": press

noun
  • a device for applying pressure to something in order to flatten or shape it or to extract juice or oil.
  • a printing press.
  • newspapers or journalists viewed collectively.
  • an act of pressing something.
  • a large cupboard.
  • a forcible enlistment of men, especially for the navy.

verb
  • move or cause to move into a position of contact with something by exerting continuous physical force.
  • apply pressure to (something) to flatten, shape, or smooth it, typically by ironing.
  • forcefully put forward (an opinion, claim, or course of action).
  • put (someone or something) to a specified use, especially as a temporary or makeshift measure.

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