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  1. A device used to apply pressure to an item.
    ...a flower press.
  2. A collective term for the print based media (both the people and the newspapers)
    This article appeared in the press.
    ...according to a member of the press...
  3. An enclosed storage space (eg closet, cupboard).
    Put the cups in the press.
  4. General term for a printing machine.
    Stop the presses!

Press may refer to

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Media

Machines

  • Printing press, a machine that transfers inked images onto a medium such as paper or cloth
  • Machine press, a machine that shapes material
  • RAM press, a machine that shapes clay
  • Trouser press, an electrical appliance used to smooth the wrinkles from a pair of trouser

Food preparation

  • French press, a device for coffee preparation
  • Fruit press, a device used to separate fruit solids from juice
  • Garlic press, a kitchen utensil designed to crush garlic cloves
  • Ram press (food), a device used to extract juice or oil
  • Wine press, a device used to extract juice from crushed grapes during wine making

Other uses

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