Compress - definition, pronunciation, transcription
Her lips compressed into a frown.
This type of file compresses easily.
It is going to be very difficult to compress this mass of material into a book of ordinary length.
This machine can compress the paper into thick cardboard.
Light silk is best for parachutes, as it compresses well and then expands rapidly.
Isobel nodded, her lips compressed.
Snow falling on the mountainsides is compressed into ice.
The miners used rock drills and compressed air to drive through hard rock.
The program compresses any data saved to the disk.
In this chapter we compress into summary form the main issues discussed so far.
Many couples want to compress their childbearing into a short space of time in their married life.
Apply a cold compress to the injury.
present participle: compressing
past tense: compressed
past participle: compressed
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