Definition of squeezy in English:

squeezy

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Pronunciation: /ˈskwiːzi
 
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adjective

1(Especially of a container) flexible and able to be squeezed to force out the contents: a glass bottle of perfume with a squeezy ball vaporizer
More example sentences
  • The booths have red leatherette seats, the tables have blue-checked plastic tablecloths and the sauce comes in squeezy bottles.
  • It dispenses the necessary white stuff delicately with the minimum of fuss while the oafs around you flounder with fiddly lids and squeezy bottles.
  • The handcream is in a plastic squeezy bottle and it's almost empty.
2 archaic Having a restricted or confined character: a squeezy little room
More example sentences
  • The boats are licensed for seven people, with not too squeezy room on the padded seats

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