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Definition of "pressed" []

  • Having very little of something, esp time or money (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of press. (verb)

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  • Contraction of impressed (verb)
  • Under strain or deprivation. (adjective)

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Use "pressed" in a sentence
  • "The label pressed 10,000 copies of the band's full-length 2004 debut "Funeral.""
  • "Along with mold, common culprits include second-hand smoke, pet dander, dust mites, emissions from household cleaners and furniture made of certain pressed wood-products, and nitrogen dioxide (a byproduct of indoor fuel-burning appliances)."
  • "The students, dressed in pressed navy uniforms, are finishing a freshly prepared lunch that includes organic vegetables."