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crowded / to throng / congestion
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to crowd in / to cram in / to force others aside / to press / to squeeze / to find (time in one's busy schedule)
to squeeze / to press / to extrude
to squeeze out / to extrude / to drain / to find the time / to burst out
to crowd out / to push aside / to supplant
to break into / to force one's way into / to barge into
to milk
crowded to bursting point / filled to overflowing / jam-packed
to seize / to push aside and occupy
to make eyes / to wink
to squeeze through / to force one's way through
a run on a bank
to squeeze in / to force oneself into / to cram into / to intrude
lit. to squeeze out toothpaste / fig. to extract a confession under pressure
traffic congestion
overcrowded / jam-packed
to mill about / to jostle
to squeeze
to extrude
to crowd together / to jostle / squeezed
to wink
to squeeze oneself up into (a crowded vehicle etc)
bank run / to crowd into a bank and withdraw all one's money
to squeeze out / to extrude
minor projects eclipse major ones (idiom)
to pinch / to squeeze tightly
(cookery) to decorate using a piping bag / to extrude something though a piping bag / piping
(coll.) to push aside
(coll.) to mock / to bully / to force (a concession out of sb)
to wink at
to bump and shove
crowded tightly / jam-packed
to squash / to crush / to squeeze out of business / to drive out
piping bag (cookery)

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