- past and past participle of press；flattened, shaped, or smoothed by the application of pressure, typically from an iron
- 1. past and past participle of press
- 2. flattened, shaped, or smoothed by the application of pressure, typically from an iron:
immaculately pressed trousers
- 3. (of juice or oil) extracted by crushing or squeezing fruit, vegetables, etc.:
freshly pressed grape juice
press ahead with是連在一起的 請見：http://www.google.com.tw/dictionary?q=press+ahead%2Fon+(with+something)&hl=zh-TW&sl=en&tl...是中國，單數，要加s 該句已經有support為動詞了，所以press ahead with這個動詞片語，press要加ing變動名詞。 希望這樣...
...have the necessary fire in the belly — that is, the willingness to hit the street and press the flesh, circuit the rubber chicken banquets, woo the fat cats, make the...
...both questions. To me, the differences between "press" and "media" are: 1. they are mostly interchangeable...