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1 squash /ˈskwɑːʃ/ verb
squashes; squashed; squashing
1 squash
/ˈskwɑːʃ/
verb
squashes; squashed; squashing
Learner's definition of SQUASH
[+ object] : to press (something) into a flat or flatter shape
[+ object] : to stop (something) from continuing by doing or saying something
always followed by an adverb or preposition : to move into a space that is very tight or crowded
[no object]
[+ object]
often used as (be) squashed
2 squash /ˈskwɑːʃ/ noun
plural squashes
2 squash
/ˈskwɑːʃ/
noun
plural squashes
Learner's definition of SQUASH
[noncount] : a game played by two people with rackets and a rubber ball in a court with four walls
see picture at racket
[count, noncount] British : a drink made with fruit juice, sugar, and water
[singular] British : a situation in which people or things are pushed into a space that is too small or crowded
compare 3squash
3 squash /ˈskwɑːʃ/ noun
plural squash or squashes
3 squash
/ˈskwɑːʃ/
noun
plural squash or squashes
Learner's definition of SQUASH
: a type of vegetable (such as a pumpkin) that has a usually hard skin and that is eaten cooked
[noncount]
[count]
see color picture on this page; see also butternut squash, summer squash, winter squash
compare 2squash
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