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A sport played in a walled court with a soft rubber ball and bats like tennis racquets.
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''When I'm thirsty I drink squash; it tastes much nicer than plain water.''
A place or a situation where people have limited space to move.
''It's a bit of a squash in this small room.''
A preparation made by placing material on a slide (gloss), covering it and applying pressure.Edwin Benzel Steen, ''Dictionary of Biology,'' New York: Barnes & Noble, 1971.https://archive.org/details/dictionaryofbiol00edwi/page/523/mode/1up?q=squash
Something soft and easily crushed; especially, an unripe pod of peas.
Something unripe or soft.
A sudden fall of a heavy, soft body; also, a shock of soft bodies.
An extremely one-sided, usually short, match.
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- It was one of the most shocking WWE title matches ever witnessed, and effectively a 20-minute squash match as Brock Lesnar "conquered" his opponent.
To beat or press into pulp or a flat mass; to crush.
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Any other similar-looking plant of other genera.
The edible or decorative fruit of these plants, or this fruit prepared as a dish.
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- The squash is a four-footed beast, bigger than a cat.
''Jouer au squash.''
''On s'est fait deux squashs aujourd'hui.''
''La ville a construit trois squashs municipaux.''
(l) (soft drink)