To squeeze is defined as to compress or put pressure on something particularly to make room or get something out.(verb)
An example of to squeeze is to press on a ketchup packet to get out every last drop.
The definition of a squeeze is the act of pressing things together.(noun)
See squeeze in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: intens. of ME queisen < OE cwysan, to squeeze, dash against, bruise, akin to Goth quistjan, to destroy < IE base *gweye-, to overpower > Sans jināti, (he) conquers
See squeeze in American Heritage Dictionary 4
verb squeezed squeezed, squeez·ing, squeez·es verb, transitive
Origin: Probably alteration of obsolete quease, to press
Origin: , from Middle English queisen
Origin: , from Old English cwȳsan.
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