Press was a daily middle-market tabloid newspaper published in Belgrade between 2005 and 2012.

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  1. A device used to apply pressure to an item.
    1. A printing machine.
  2. A collective term for the print-based media (both the people and the newspapers).
  3. A publisher.
  4. (especially in Ireland and Scotland) An enclosed storage space (e.g. closet, cupboard).
  5. An exercise in which weight is forced away from the body by extension of the arms or legs.
  6. An additional bet in a golf match that duplicates an existing (usually losing) wager in value, but begins even at the time of the bet.
  7. Pure, unfermented grape juice.
  8. A commission to force men into public service, particularly into the navy.


  1. to exert weight or force against, to act upon with with force or weight
  2. to compress, squeeze
    to press fruit for the purpose of extracting the juice
  3. to clasp, hold in an embrace; to hug
    She took her son, and press'd
    The illustrious infant to her fragrant breast (Dryden, Illiad, VI. 178.)
  4. to reduce to a particular shape or form by pressure, especially flatten or smooth
    to press cloth with an iron
    to press a hat
  5. To flatten a selected area of fabric using an iron with an up-and-down, not sliding, motion, so as to avoid disturbing adjacent areas.
  6. to drive or thrust by pressure, to force in a certain direction
    to press a crowd back
  7. to weigh upon, oppress, trouble
    He turns from us;
    Alas, he weeps too! Something presses him
    He would reveal, but dare not.-Sir, be comforted. (Fletcher, Pilgrim, I. 2.)
  8. to force to a certain end or result; to urge strongly, impel
  9. To try to force (something upon someone); to urge or inculcate.
    to press the Bible on an audience
  10. to hasten, urge onward
    to press a horse in a race
  11. to urge, beseech, entreat
    God heard their prayers, wherein they earnestly pressed him for the honor of his great name. (Winthrop, Hist. New England, II. 35)
  12. to lay stress upon, emphasize
    If we read but a very little, we naturally want to press it all; if we read a great deal, we are willing not to press the whole of what we read, and we learn what ought to be pressed and what not. (M. Arnold, Literature and Dogma, Pref.)
  13. to throng, crowd
  14. to print
  15. To force into service, particularly into naval service.

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