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squash / naranjada >
 
squash   1   [skwɒʃ]
A. -noun
squashes, squash   plural
1. (=drink)
·orange squash
naranjada (f) sin burbujas
·lemon squash
limonada (f) sin burbujas
2. (=crowd)   apiñamiento (m),   agolpamiento (m)
·there was such a squash in the doorway
·había tantísima gente apiñada en la puerta,   se apiñaba tanto la gente en la puerta
B. -transitive verb
1. (=flatten)   aplastar
·you're squashing me
·me estánoun aplastando
·to squash something in
·meter algo a la fuerza
·can you squash my shoes in?
·¿caben dentro mis zapatos?
·can you squash two more in the car?
·¿caben dos masculineánoun en el coche?
·to be squashed together
·ir apretujados
2. (figurative)
[+argument]   dar al traste con
[+person]   apabullar
C. -intransitive verb
·to squash in
·entrar con dificultad
·we all squashed in
·entramos todos aunque con dificultad
·to squash up
·arrimarse
 
squash / calabaza
 
squash
2
[skwɒʃ]
-noun
(=vegetable)   calabaza (f)
 
squash / squash
 
squash   3   [skwɒʃ]
A. -noun
(=sport)   also squash rackets   squash (m)
B. -compound
·squash court   -noun   cancha (f) de squash
·squash racket   -noun   raqueta (f) de squash
 
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