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abut to adjoin or press against; be next to; border on. [1/2 definitions]
AP abbreviation of "Associated Press."
back-pedal to press backward on the pedals of a bicycle or tricycle in order to brake. [1/3 definitions]
bench-press to lift (a weight) during a bench press.
bill2 to press or join beaks together. [1/3 definitions]
calender to press in a calender. [1/2 definitions]
chafe to rub or press against something, esp. resulting in friction or wear. [1/6 definitions]
cider press a large press used to extract juice from apples for cider.
click in computing, to press and release the button on a mouse in order to carry out an action on the screen, such as positioning the cursor or selecting a program icon (often followed by "on"). [1/8 definitions]
compress to press into less space, or condense as though pressing together. [1/3 definitions]
crimp to press into small, regular folds or waves; corrugate. [2/7 definitions]
crowd to press, push, or pack tightly together. [1/9 definitions]
crumple to press or crush so as to rumple or cause wrinkles. [1/5 definitions]
crush to press or squeeze so as to flatten or cause to lose shape. [1/11 definitions]
dab1 to pat or press lightly, as with a sponge or cotton swab. [1/6 definitions]
do the ironing to press with a hot iron those clothes or other materials that are in need of pressing.
felt2 to mat or press together. [1/6 definitions]
flack a press agent or other person employed to speak on one's behalf.
flatiron a flat-bottomed iron that is heated and used to press clothes.
floor to press (an automobile accelerator) to the floor. [1/9 definitions]
fret3 to press down the strings of an instrument between frets. [1/2 definitions]