English expressions - squeeze into something - World English Blog
📚English expression📚 squeeze into something This expression means to make room or time for someone or something in a small space or a tight schedule, often by exerting pressure “The dentist can squeeze you into her schedule next week on the 21st.” (The dentist will make time for you in her busy schedule.) _________________________________________________ “It’s hard to squeeze into my old jeans. Maybe I gained weight ...
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