squeeze into

squeeze someone or something into something

 and squeeze someone or something in
to press or push someone or something into something small. Let's see if we can squeeze everyone into the car. Let's squeeze in one more.
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squeeze into

v.
1. To manage to make room or time for someone or something in some tight space or schedule by or as if by exerting pressure: She squeezed her books into the briefcase. The dentist can squeeze you into her schedule next week.
2. To force one's way into some tight space: He squeezed into the packed subway car.
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