Meaning of SQUASH in English
(~es, ~ing, ~ed)
If someone or something is ~ed, they are pressed or crushed with such force that they become injured or lose their shape.
Robert was lucky to escape with just a broken foot after being ~ed against a fence by a car...
Whole neighbourhoods have been ~ed flat by shelling...
She made clay models and ~ed them flat again.
VERB: be V-ed prep, be V-ed adj, V n adj
If people or things are ~ed into a place, they are put or pushed into a place where there is not enough room for them to be.
The stage is ~ed into a small corner of the field.
ADJ: v-link ADJ into n
If you say that getting a number of people into a small space is a ~, you mean that it is only just possible for them all to get into it. (INFORMAL)
It all looked a bit of a ~ as they squeezed inside the small hatchback.
N-SING: a N
If you ~ something that is causing you trouble, you put a stop to it, often by force.
The troops would stay in position to ~ the first murmur of trouble.
VERB: V n
Squash is a game in which two players hit a small rubber ball against the walls of a court using rackets.
Squash is a drink made from fruit juice, sugar, and water. Squash is sold in bottles in a concentrated form to which you add water. (BRIT)
...a glass of orange ~.
A ~ is one of a family of vegetables that have thick skin and soft or firm flesh inside.
Collins COBUILD. Толковый словарь английского языка для изучающих язык Коллинз COBUILD (международная база данных языков Бирмингемского университета) . 2012