Detailed Translations for squeezing from English to Spanish


Translation Matrix for squeezing:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- squeeze

Synonyms for "squeezing":

Related Definitions for "squeezing":

  1. the act of gripping and pressing firmly1


to squeeze verb (squeezes, squeezed, squeezing)

  1. to squeeze (pinch)
  2. to squeeze
  3. to squeeze
  4. to squeeze (crush)
  5. to squeeze (press; pinch)

Conjugations for squeeze:

  1. squeeze
  2. squeeze
  3. squeezes
  4. squeeze
  5. squeeze
  6. squeeze
simple past
  1. squeezed
  2. squeezed
  3. squeezed
  4. squeezed
  5. squeezed
  6. squeezed
present perfect
  1. have squeezed
  2. have squeezed
  3. has squeezed
  4. have squeezed
  5. have squeezed
  6. have squeezed
past continuous
  1. was squeezing
  2. were squeezing
  3. was squeezing
  4. were squeezing
  5. were squeezing
  6. were squeezing
  1. shall squeeze
  2. will squeeze
  3. will squeeze
  4. shall squeeze
  5. will squeeze
  6. will squeeze
continuous present
  1. am squeezing
  2. are squeezing
  3. is squeezing
  4. are squeezing
  5. are squeezing
  6. are squeezing
  1. be squeezed
  2. be squeezed
  3. be squeezed
  4. be squeezed
  5. be squeezed
  6. be squeezed
  1. squeeze!
  2. let's squeeze!
  3. squeezed
  4. squeezing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

squeeze [the ~] noun

  1. the squeeze (dash; splash; shot)
    la gota
  2. the squeeze (pet)
    la novia; el cariño; el amor

Translation Matrix for squeeze:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
amor pet; squeeze affection; ardor; ardour; beloved; best friend; bosom friend; buddy; candy; close friend; confidante; daintiness; darling; dear; dearest; deary; drive; ducky; fervor; fervour; gentleness; heart; hearts desire; honey; impulse; instinct; intimacy; ladylove; love; lover; lovingness; mistress; peach; sugar; sweet; sweetest; sweetheart; sweetie; tenderness; treasure; urge; warm heartedness; young man
apretar pinching off; screwing down; screwing home; screwing tighter
cariño pet; squeeze affection; ardor; ardour; beloved; candy; cutie; daintiness; darling; dear; dear child; dearest; deary; doll; ducky; fervor; fervour; fondness; gentleness; hearts desire; honey; intimacy; ladylove; love; lover; lovingness; my dear; peach; pet; sugar; sweet; sweetest; sweetheart; sweetie; sweetie pie; sweety; tenderness; treasure; warm heartedness; young man
gota dash; shot; splash; squeeze blob; clot; dab; drip; dripping; drop; gout; hint; semblance; slush; small trace; tending to; touch; trace
novia pet; squeeze bride; fiancé; fiancée; ladylove; lover; mistress
- clinch; credit crunch; hug; liquidity crisis; power play; squeeze play; squeezing; wring
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
apretar pinch; press; squeeze bind tightly; clench; compress; contrive; dent; devise; fasten; go short; impress; invent; make up; pack; pinch; pinch off; press; press together; push in; screw; span; stuff; tighten; wedge
dar un pellizco squeeze clench; pinch
estrujar crush; squeeze clasp; clutch; compress; contrive; crumple; crush; dash; devise; grasp; grip; invent; make up; pack; press together; pulverise; pulverize; ripple; rub fine; rumple; seize; shatter; smash; wrinkle
explotar crush; squeeze blow to pieces; blow up; bring about; burst; crack; cultivate; develop; effect; explode; exploit; make or let explode; realise; realize; reclaim; shatter; snap; take advantage of; unfold
exprimir crush; squeeze crush; dash; peg out; pinch out; press in; pulverise; pulverize; rub fine; shatter; smash; squeeze dry; squeeze empty; squeeze out
oprimir squeeze dent; gag; impress; indent; oppress; press; press down; push in; truss up
pellizcar squeeze clench; go short; pinch
pesar sobre squeeze aggravate; burden; complain; raise objections
prensar squeeze compress; pack; press together
presionar squeeze
quedar ceñido pinch; press; squeeze
- bosom; coerce; compact; compress; constrict; contract; crush; embrace; extort; force; gouge; hale; hug; mash; nip; pinch; press; pressure; rack; shove; squash; squelch; stuff; thrust; tweet; twinge; twitch; wedge; wring

Related Words for "squeeze":

  • squeezing, squeezable, squeezes

Synonyms for "squeeze":

Related Definitions for "squeeze":

  1. the act of forcing yourself (or being forced) into or through a restricted space1
    • getting through that small opening was a tight squeeze1
  2. the act of gripping and pressing firmly1
    • he gave her cheek a playful squeeze1
  3. a tight or amorous embrace1
  4. an aggressive attempt to compel acquiescence by the concentration or manipulation of power1
  5. a twisting squeeze1
  6. (slang) a person's girlfriend or boyfriend1
    • she was his main squeeze1
  7. a situation in which increased costs cannot be passed on to the customer1
    • increased expenses put a squeeze on profits1
  8. a state in which there is a short supply of cash to lend to businesses and consumers and interest rates are high1
  9. squeeze or press together1
  10. squeeze (someone) tightly in your arms, usually with fondness1
  11. press firmly1
    • He squeezed my hand1
  12. squeeze tightly between the fingers1
    • She squeezed the bottle1
  13. squeeze like a wedge into a tight space1
    • I squeezed myself into the corner1
  14. to compress with violence, out of natural shape or condition1
    • squeeze a lemon1
  15. press or force1
  16. obtain by coercion or intimidation1
    • They squeezed money from the owner of the business by threatening him1
  17. to cause to do through pressure or necessity, by physical, moral or intellectual means :1
    • He squeezed her for information1

Wiktionary Translations for squeeze:

  1. to apply pressure to from two or more sides at once
  1. difficult position
  2. -

Cross Translation:
squeeze apretar knijpen — tussen twee punten druk uitoefenen
squeeze apretar knellen — pijnlijk drukken
squeeze escurrir ausdrücken — etwas durch Andruck oder Pressen nahezu vollständig leeren
squeeze urgir; apremiar; apretar; presionar; insistir; acelerar; activar; adelantar; apresurar presserexercer une pression, serrer plus ou moins fort.
squeeze apretar serrer — Renfermer, ranger, mettre en lieu sûr, à l’abri. (Sens général).