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英语解释:newspapers and news magazines; reporters and photographers who work for newspapers or news magazines; relating to the press
英语解释:to push one thing against another; to push something such as a button or switch in order to make a piece of equipment start working
She was impatient with the maids once because she didn't like the way they were pressing her evening dress for that night's White House dinner.
The press and other communication media perform the arduous task of sorting out and assigning priorities to these words and events.
He constantly badgered his associates to press a public relations campaign that would call more attention to the China visit.
free press that will check corruption by ensuring total transparency in government.
The press insists I smoke somewhere between 12 and 100 cigars a day.
Allegations had appeared in the press implicating the army and police in some of the killings.
They press hard enough against the lid of the pan to lift it up.
The animals learned to press switch levers with their paws.
Khrushchev replied that he was referring to press reports.
The press was almost unaware of these squabbles.