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compress (something) into (something)

1. To mold something into a particular shape. We compressed the cookie dough into little balls and then put it on a baking sheet.
2. To push on something so that it fits into a receptacle. Even sitting on my suitcase didn't help to compress the clothes into it.
See also: compress
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compress something into something

1. to squeeze or press something into something, such as a mold or container. We compressed the tomatoes into the jar. I cannot compress any more clothing into the suitcase.
2. to form something into a shape by applying pressure. He compressed the mass of paper into a tight ball. The clay was compressed into the shape of a brick upon the application of pressure to the mold.
See also: compress
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The typical contour plots of the imaginary part of the complex frequency [[omega]*.sub.i] in the complex wave number k* plane for an inviscid compressible shear layer are shown in Figure 2.
In addition, it is worth noting that dissipation in the large-scale compressible flame region is higher than that when P = 0, and this conclusion agrees with the work by Wang and Lu [15].
In order to understand the complex nature of highly compressible, turbulent and swirling flow within the vortex tube, different turbulent models, namely, one equation Spalart-Allmaras, two equations Standard k-[epsilon] and Standard k-[omega] model were used.
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1984) impose severe limitations, for example, in the study of the compressible fluid's motion through profile grids.
Besides direct compressible grades, a product range of tailor-made grades for specific solid-dosage forms, such as pellets, capsule fillings, sachets, pan coatings and lozenges is available.
Given the impossibility of making a sizeable vessel more rigid than water is compressible, the net result could be a tad disappointing.
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These lesions were soft and compressible. When compressed, the visible portion of the tympanic membrane appeared to be normal.