Press

Press,

Definition of Press:

  1. A large cupboard.

  2. Move or cause to move into a position of contact with something by exerting continuous physical force.

  3. A device for applying pressure to something in order to flatten or shape it or to extract juice or oil.

  4. Forcefully put forward (an opinion, claim, or course of action).

  5. Apply pressure to (something) to flatten, shape, or smooth it, typically by ironing.

  6. An act of raising a weight to shoulder height and then gradually pushing it above the head.

  7. An act of pressing something.

  8. Raise (a specified weight) by first lifting it to shoulder height and then gradually pushing it upward above the head.

  9. Newspapers or journalists viewed collectively.

  10. Try too hard to achieve distance with a shot, at the risk of inaccuracy.

  11. All periodicals: daily newspapers, biweeklies, weeklies, fortnightlies, magazines.

  12. A printing press.

Synonyms of Press

Printing press, Printing machine, Push, Push down, Press down, Thumb, Depress, Bear down on, Lean on, Lower, Pin, Pinion, Hold down, Force, Ram, Thrust, Cram, Squeeze, Compress, Wedge, Plead, Urge, Advance insistently, File, Prefer, Lodge, Tender, Present, Place, Lay, Submit, Put forward, AP, Associated Press, Fleet Street, Reuters, UPI, United Press International, Accelerate, Advice, Adviser, Advocate, Annex, Announcer, Annunciator, Apply pressure, Army, Ask, Aspirator, Assault, Assemble, Assert, Attach, Authority, Bear, Bear against, Bear down on, Bear down upon, Bear hard upon, Bear on, Bear upon, Bearing, Bed, Beg, Beseech, Beset, Besiege, Blandish, Book publishing, Boost, Bosom, Broadcast journalism, Broadcasting, Brook no denial, Buck, Bug, Bull, Bulldoze, Bump, Bump against, Bundle, Bunt, Bustle, Butt, Butt against, Buttonhole, Cajole, Calender, Call, Call on, Call up, Call upon, Call-up, Channel, Clamp, Clamping, Clamping down, Clasp, Cleave to, Clinch, Clip, Cluster, Clutch, Coax, Cohue, Collect, Collectivize, Commandeer, Communalize, Communicant, Communications, Communications industry, Communicator, Communize, Compact, Compel, Composing room, Compress, Compression, Compulsion, Compulsory military service, Concentrate, Condense, Confiscate, Congest, Congregate, Conscript, Conscription, Consolidate, Constrain, Constraint, Contend, Converge, Convergence, Converging, Corkscrew, Cram, Crisis, Crowbar, Crowd, Crowding, Crunch, Crush, Cylinder press, Deluge, Demand, Densen, Densify, Depress, Detach, Detach for service, Dig, Dispatch, Distrain, Draft, Draft call, Drafting, Drive, Drive on, Drove, Dun, Elbow, Embosom, Embrace, Emergency, Enfold, Enlightener, Enlist, Enlistment, Enroll, Enrollment, Ensphere, Entreat, Exert pressure, Exhort, Exigency, Expedite, Expert witness, Express, Expropriate, Extractor, Flatbed cylinder press, Flatten, Flock, Flood, Fold, Force, Force upon, Forceps, Forward, Fourth estate, Galaxy, Garnish, Gather, Gathering, Goad, Gossipmonger, Grapevine, Haste, Hasten, Hasten on, Haul, Head, Heap, Heave, Herd, Hie on, High pressure, High-pressure, Horde, Host, Hot-press, Huddle, Hug, Hurry, Hurry along, Hurry on, Hurry up, Hurtle, Hustle, Hustle up, Impel, Imperativeness, Importune, Impound, Impress, Impressment, Impulse, Impulsion, Induce, Induct, Induction, Informant, Information, Information center, Information medium, Informer, Insist, Insist on, Insist upon, Intelligence, Interviewee, Iron, Jab, Jam, Jawbone, Jog, Joggle, Join, Jolt, Jostle, Journalism, Lean on, Legion, Levy, Lie on, List, Lobby, Magazine publishing, Maintain, Makeready, Mangle, Mash, Mass, Meet, Mill, Mob, Mobilization, Mobilize, Monitor, Mouthpiece, Move, Multitude, Muster, Muster in, Nag, Nag at, Nationalize, News, News agency, News medium, News service, Newsiness, Newsletter, Newsmagazine, Newsmonger, Newspaper, Newsworthiness, Nip, Notifier, Nudge, Oppress, Overexert, Overextend, Overstrain, Overtax, Pack, Panoply, Paparazzi, Persist, Persuade, Pester, Pile, Pile drive, Pincers, Pinch, Pipette, Plague, Platen, Platen press, Plead with, Pliers, Ply, Ply upon, Poke, Precipitate, Press association, Press down, Press upon, Pressroom, Pressure, Presswork, Print medium, Printing machine, Printing office, Printing press, Printshop, Prod, Proofroom, Propel, Provoke, Public press, Public print, Public relations officer, Publisher, Publishers, Publishing, Publishing house, Publishing industry, Pull, Pump, Punch, Push, Push on, Push through, Push upon, Put pressure on, Quicken, Rabble, Rack, Radio, Railroad through, Raise, Ram, Ram down, Rash impulse, Rattle, Recommend, Recruit, Recruiting, Recruitment, Replevin, Replevy, Reportage, Reporter, Request, Rest on, Roll, Rotary press, Rotogravure press, Rout, Ruck, Run, Run against, Rush, Rush along, Sadden, Seethe, Selective service, Separator, Sequester, Sequestrate, Shake, Shoulder, Shove, Sign on, Sign up, Siphon, Smooth, Socialize, Soft-soap, Solidify, Source, Spate, Speed, Speed along, Speed up, Spokesman, Spur, Squab, Squash, Squeeze, Squeezing, Squish, Stampede, Stand on, Steam, Stick to, Strain, Strain every nerve, Stress, Stretch, Stuff, Summon, Summons, Swarm, Sweat blood, Sweet-talk, Take no denial, Tamp, Tax, Tease, Telegraph agency, Television, Teller, Tense, Tension, The fourth estate, The press, Throng, Thronging, Thrust, Thrust upon, Tidings, Tighten, Tightening, Tipster, Tout, Tug, Tweak, Tweezers, Urge, Urge upon, Urgency, Vacuum pump, Wad up, Web, Web press, Weigh down, Weigh on, Weigh upon, Wheedle, Whip, Whip along, Wire service, Witness, Word, Work on, Wringer, Smooth, Iron, Smooth out, Remove creases from, Put creases in, The media, The newspapers, The papers, The news media, Journalism, The newspaper world, The newspaper business, The print media, The fourth estate

How to use Press in a sentence?

  1. Rose did not press the point.
  2. Start your shoulder workout with heavy presses of some sort and bump front dumbbell raises to number three or four in your exercise order.
  3. The press was notified.
  4. A flower press.
  5. The fitted kitchen/breakfast room features a number of built-in presses, worktops and cupboards and plenty of food preparation space.
  6. She pressed her nicest blouse.
  7. He pressed his face to the glass.
  8. Windows are added at street level so that passers-by can watch the press and printmakers at work.
  9. Perform the exercise as you normally would, except press the weight up as fast as you can and release the bar from your hands at the top.
  10. The system summons medical help at the press of a button.

Meaning of Press & Press Definition