Sinónimos de press en inglés:

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1‘press the paper firmly on to the type’

SINÓNIMOS
push, push down, press down, thumb, depress, bear down on, lean on, lower, pin, pinion, hold down, force, ram, thrust, cram, squeeze, compress, wedge

2‘the brown suit had been brushed and pressed’

SINÓNIMOS
smooth, iron, smooth out, remove creases from, put creases in
steam, calender

3‘tips on how to press flowers’

SINÓNIMOS
flatten, make flat, smooth out

4‘friends come in to help us gather and press the grapes’

SINÓNIMOS
crush, squeeze, squash, compress, mash, pulp, reduce, clamp, pack down, tamp, condense, compact, trample, stamp, tread, grind, mill, pound, pulverize, macerate

5‘she pressed the child to her bosom’

SINÓNIMOS
clasp, hold close, hug, cuddle, squeeze, crush, enfold, clutch, grasp, embrace

6‘Winnie pressed his hand’

SINÓNIMOS
squeeze, give something a squeeze, grip, clutch, pinch

7‘the crowd pressed round for a better view’

SINÓNIMOS
cluster, gather
converge, congregate, flock, push forward, swarm, throng, crowd, seethe, surge, rush

8‘the government was able to press its claim for recognition’

SINÓNIMOS
plead, urge, advance insistently, file, prefer, lodge, tender, present, place, lay, submit, put forward

9‘you should press him to undertake the most careful inquiry’

SINÓNIMOS
urge, pressure, put pressure on, pressurize, force, drive, impel, push, coerce, nag
lean on, prevail on
dragoon into, steamroller into, browbeat into, use strong-arm tactics on, have someone do something
coloquial put the heat on, put the screws on, twist someone's arm, railroad into, bulldoze into

10‘workers were pressed into accepting new contracts’

SINÓNIMOS
pressurize, pressure, push, goad, dragoon, steamroller, browbeat, importune, wheedle, cajole, sway, argue, talk
coloquial railroad, bulldoze

11‘our campaigns include pressing for a ban on the ivory trade’

SINÓNIMOS
call, ask, clamour, push, make a claim, campaign
insist on, demand

nombre

1‘he printed his poems on his own press’

SINÓNIMOS
printing press, printing machine

2‘a private press prints solely what it chooses to print’

SINÓNIMOS
publishing house, publishing company, printing business, printing establishment, printing firm, printing house

3the press‘rumours began to appear in the press’

SINÓNIMOS
the media, the newspapers, the papers, the news media, journalism, the newspaper world, the newspaper business, the print media, the fourth estate
journalists, newspapermen, newsmen, newspaper women, reporters, columnists, commentariat, pressmen, presswomen
coloquial journos, hacks, hackettes, newshounds
Norteamericano coloquial newsies
anticuado publicists
Britanico anticuado Fleet Street

4‘the company has had its share of bad press’

SINÓNIMOS
reports, press treatment, press coverage, press reporting, press articles, press reviews, press write-ups

Phrases

    be pressed for

    ‘you should never need to arrange interviews when you are pressed for time’


    SINÓNIMOS
    have too little, be short of, have barely enough, have an insufficiency of, have insufficient, lack, be lacking, be lacking in, be wanting, be deficient in, be deprived of, be low on, need, be in need of, stand in need of
    coloquial be strapped for
    press on

    ‘the team regrouped and pressed on’


    SINÓNIMOS
    proceed, keep going, continue, carry on, move forward, move along, advance, make progress, make headway, press ahead, forge ahead, forge on, push on, go on, keep on, not give up, struggle on, hammer away, be persistent, be pertinacious, persevere, persist, keep at it, be determined, show determination, stay with it, be tenacious, go the distance, stay the course, plod on, plough on, grind away, follow something through, see something through
    coloquial soldier on, hang on, plug away, peg away, stick at it, stick it out, hang in there