or squeeze joint
noun, Building Trades.
a joint between two members cemented or glued together under pressure.
- Squeeze off
Fire a gun, as in He squeezed off one shot after another but didn’t bring down a single crow. The idiom alludes to squeezing the trigger. [ Mid-1900s ]
noun 1. Baseball. Also called suicide squeeze, suicide squeeze play. a play executed when there is a runner on third base and usually not more than one out, in which the runner starts for home as soon as the pitcher makes a motion to pitch, and the batter bunts. Also called safety squeeze, safety squeeze […]
adjective squeezier, squeeziest 1. (of bottles, tubes, mops, etc) designed to be squeezed, especially in order to extract something
verb (used without object), squegged, squegging. 1. (of an electronic circuit or component) to produce an output that oscillates between a certain maximum and zero, especially when due to the effect of a grid. verb of an electrical or electronic circuit, to oscillate intermittently