- v. present participle of compress.
- n. applying pressure
“If the boy was dead, the man would have done a more convincing job in compressing the chest.”
“Noyes, Libby, and Davis succeed in compressing into a paragraph the lifetime of an individual, without sacrificing the details which make genealogy interesting.”
“I see no impropriety either in compressing an idea in less than fourteen lines for simplicity or in lengthening it for perspicuity.”
“I'm actually fascinated by the idea of compressing my earthly belongings into the smallest possible space.”
“AVCHD was developed for consumers with the idea of compressing h. 264 video to the point it will fit on level 2-4 SD flash cards with reasonable record time.”
“• He experiment with air and the idea of compressing it and invented the first air pump.”
“We've got a really bad mix of a sandwich here, with Henriette and Felix just kind of compressing this area.”
“You're using a word here called "compressing" that some audio files aren't used to hearing.”
“As virtual environments-and the inherent management complexities for managing these environments-grow, EMC continues to bring to market storage solutions and features such as compressing virtual machines, cloning virtual machines, and automating failback/failover to solve our customers 'challenges.”
“Exposing a rich set of properties and events, the 15 activities provide operations such as compressing, decompressing, listing contents, sending / receiving files (FTP), and deleting items.”
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