squeezy

squeezy

(ˈskwiːzɪ)
adj, squeezier or squeeziest
(of bottles, tubes, mops, etc) designed to be squeezed, esp in order to extract something
Translations

squeezy

[ˈskwiːzi] adj [object, bottle, tube] → souple

squeezy

adj (+er) (inf)nachgiebig
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The Besties start from PS3 at the Entertainer while Argos has a Bento box which includes two besties, one large squeezy critter and a back pack holder for PS16.
Now Tesco has added 5p to a 250g jar and 200g squeezy bottle, to PS2.
squeezy Dr Joanna Helcke, leading UK expert in pregnancy and postnatal fitness, recommends Squeezy.
49, while Hellmann's Squeezy Real Mayonnaise (430ml) is half price at PS1.
When it's Melted: a lippy that's literally liquified and popped into a squeezy tube.
Sacla', the Pesto Pioneers, have increased the size of their Squeezy Pesto Sauce to make it even more versatile for pesto lovers.
the black spiky hair gives us a squeezy little hand wave.
The adventure of Squeezy the Cheeks and his band of baby mobsters is silly but charming, and should make a fine bedtime story for young parents to read to little children.
National Foods introduced Squeezy Ketchup with an innovative bottle design.
But the brand hasn't had I things all its own way, and earlier this year scrapped its triple-strength squeezy bottles after struggling to make sufficient margins.
Keeping in line with its brand proposition of taste and innovation, Del Monte has launched its all new mustard sauce in a 480gm attractive squeezy pack.