Drago pressed a button and the door closed.
There was no-one at the reception desk, so he pressed a bell for service.
He pressed the accelerator.
I pressed it, and, satisfied with the discovery.
Don't press too hard!
Oh, I can still feel his body pressed against mine.
n. the press：新闻舆论；报刊评论
So why all the bad press for burning carbon?
He watched as the print emerged from the press.
He was writing the book up to the moment the presses rolled.
We check prices at the time of going to press.
vt. to press sth into shape：把某物压制成型
What happens at the atomic level when metals are hammered and pressed into shape has always been a mystery.
1 clove fresh garlic, pressed or diced
I pressed the juice of half a lemon into a glass of water.
The grapes are hand-picked and pressed.
Anne was pressing me to tell her all about it.
It's part of a boycott aimed at pressing city officials into apologizing.
He's pressing me into going to stay with him for a few days.
Mr King seems certain to be pressed for further details.
He pressed her for an answer.
She doesn't like to be pressed about her private life.
There's a couple of dresses to be pressed.
clean, neatly pressed, conservative clothes
Vera pressed his shirt.
She gave Tom a big smile and pressed his arm affectionately.
Having severe gout in the right hand and time pressing, I went with him to Boulogne to help.
The audience pressed into the theatre.
A group of people pressed through the door.
The crowd pressed forward to catch a glimpse of him.
They tipped the grapes into the press.
a cider press
The little office became stale and overheated from the press of so many bodies.
A meeting was called, but the press was not admitted.
Christie looked relaxed and calm as he met the press afterwards.
A friend of mine was rung up by the press.
the Hogarth press
the boundary between privacy and press freedom