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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

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
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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.
o] [right arrow] [infinity] then the matrix H (f) coincides with the matrix H (0) in compressible fluid when f = 0
1984), and describe adjustments of the BEM and CVBEM methods for the study of the compressible fluid's motion.
Meritab compressible dextrose enables tablet manufacturers to avoid using wet granulation processes and instead use a simplified production process.
The compressible and resilient graphite element acts as a spring to maintain sealing force throughout thermal excursions, while the metal provides protection and support, the company said.
If work is expandable, it is also (up to a point) compressible.
Pure nonwovens are very compressible and can have shorter life spans.
A data repository of actual traffic from hours to days to months, along with highly compressible representation of transaction knowledge, allows administrators to "rewind" to the problem and diagnose it from anywhere and at any time.
has received a patent for a grouting composition comprising a first component, a second component and a compressible substance.
DC Sugar, British Sugar's newly launched, directly compressible sugar, is being supported by food technologists at the company's Food Centre in Peterborough.
The nickel-graphite-tilled EC-2000 series silicones offer high design flexibility because they are softer and more compressible than similar products, meaning that a good mechnical seal can be obtained through compression of the gasket.
Tests have shown a transfer rate of over 30MBs on SLR 100 with highly compressible data.
The roof soffit will be formed of pre-curved perforated aluminium lined with special sound-absorbing panels and a double layer of compressible mineral wool.
Both malleable and compressible, easy to cut and drip-free, it is heated by electromagnetic induction to bring its polymerization time to 90 minutes.