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press 1 (prĕs)v. pressed, press·ing, press·es v.tr.1. a. To exert steady weight or force against: an indentation where the rock pressed the ground.b. To move by applying pressure: press a piano key; press one's face into a pillow.c. To squeeze or clasp in fondness or concern: pressed her hand before leaving.2. a. To squeeze the juice or other contents from: press lemons.b. To extract (juice, for example) by squeezing or compressing.3. a. To reshape or make compact by applying steady force; compress: pressed the clay in a mold.b. To iron (clothing, for example).c. To make (a sound recording), originally by pressing (a vinyl phonograph record) under pressure in a mold.4. a. To bear down on or attack: The army pressed the rebels for months.b. To carry on or advance vigorously (an attack, for instance).c. To place in trying or distressing circumstances: Are you pressed for money?5. a. To insist upon or put forward insistently: press a claim; press an argument.b. To try to influence or persuade, as by insistent arguments; pressure or entreat: He pressed her for a reply.c. To insist that someone accept (something). Often used with on or upon: was given to pressing peculiar gifts upon his nieces.6. Sports To lift (a weight) to a position above the head wit