English expressions – squeeze into something

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squeeze into something

 This expression means to make room or time for someone or something in a small space or a tight schedule, 
often by exerting pressure

“The dentist can squeeze you into her schedule¬†
next week on the 21st.”

(The dentist will make time for you in her busy schedule.)

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‚ÄúIt’s hard to¬†squeeze into¬†my old jeans.¬†
Maybe I gained weight during the holidays! ūüėí‚ÄĚ
(It takes effort to fit into my old jeans. They are very tight!)

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A family tries to squeeze into their car.
(That’s too many people! The car is too small!)

Do you sometimes try to squeeze something into your schedule?
Do you squeeze into something? Tell me in the comments!

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