Translation of pressing in Spanish:


urgente, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈprɛsɪŋ//ˈprɛsɪŋ/


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    (concerns/engagements) urgente
    (need/desire) apremiante
    • It is unusual in our time to hear or read someone declare that conscience tells them to change their strongest beliefs and sacrifice their most pressing desires.
    • Moreover, other pressing concerns dominated the attention of the time period.
    • Once you've determined how much to tip, the next pressing question is: when?
    • The Government has been accused of targeting the drinks industry unfairly to divert public attention from more pressing issues.
    • The finance ministers do not have any immediately pressing issues to discuss, unlike at some meetings in the past.
    • Throughout the conference, our Cuban colleagues called attention to the pressing need for printed matter - journals and textbooks.
    • With such a pressing need for quick diagnoses, ‘a rapid, accurate and sensitive pen-side test would be helpful,’ says Bostock.
    • The claimant states that it called evidence which in its view did establish a clear and, if those adjectives are considered appropriate, an immediate and pressing need for such facilities.
    • The principle of proportionality requires the House to consider whether there was a pressing necessity to impose a legal rather than an evidential burden on the accused.
    • What is needed, as this book shows, is a feeling for the persistence of the past, a pressing curiosity, and a passionate interest in the precise details of place.
    • The media's attention was diverted away from the pressing agenda of how to help the region's poor break the cycle of poverty.
    • The nations of the world, after the first world war, realized the pressing necessity for a world peace organization.
    • Except this was not war, there were no other pressing issues that demanded his immediate attention so he could forget his pain.
    • To companies facing immediate, pressing storage problems, NAS offers a robust, ready, and reasonably easy solution.
    • But the pressing darkness, the incessant bass thumping of her heart…
    • Perhaps she isn't the only celebrity distracting the public's attention from the pressing issues at hand.
    • Most pertinent among them is the country's economic situation, which has wiped out people's savings and focused their attention on more pressing matters.
    • In Bollywood though, there is clearly a section of people who are glad he is using his celebrity status to draw attention to a pressing social cause.
    • She says she won't come back to California, nor will she go to France despite a pressing invitation.
    • He readily conceded that he did not pay attention to less pressing matters during the fall.
    • After all, there are only two ways to divert the attention of the international community from the more pressing and immediate problems of abject hunger and poverty.
    • Those marches benefited from looming battles that trained participants' attention on a pressing matter at hand.
    • Nowadays, Congress desperately needs to turn its attention to the pressing issues of national security and the economy.
    • Ultimately it is designed to cover up the social causes of crime, to divert attention from the pressing issues of unemployment, homelessness and related social ills.
    • For professionals accustomed to finding quick resolutions to pressing financial challenges, that can be frustrating.
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    (request/invitation) insistente


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    (with iron)
    planchado masculine
    planchada feminine Latin America
    • It is the largest single location of pressings and full systems engineering in Europe.
    • Iain describes the scene: the bright, hot estate, the straw hats, the flagons filling while Mestre Alabaça watches his art going forth, not the Mouchão or the Dom Rafael but the traditional pressings, vino currente, the current wine.
    • Another factor in olive oil quality and character is the type of pressing.
    • Shiraz grapes ready for the new pressing at Dindiloa Wines.
    • There can be oil, however, from second or even third pressings of the oil.
    • This season we have picked enough for one pressing every week, sometimes two pressings.
    • Borage Oil is extracted from the seeds of borage by first cold pressing.
    • Hot isostatic pressing of aluminum castings reduces porosity and can thus decrease the scatter in mechanical properties.
    • There was just one mill willing to do custom pressing.
    • While one student feeds the leaves into a pressing machine another presses the pedal.
    • The grape pulp could be subject to a second pressing, or even, after being soaked for a day, a third, to produce a thin drink for slaves.
    • Alternate drying and pressing until books are thoroughly dry.
    • While the long-term effects of nightly cornea pressing are unknown, the lenses are considered to be safe.
    • Because it locks you into a fluid up and down movement, the Smith machine is an excellent tool for overhead pressing.
    • Most independent labels manufacture about 5,000 to 20,000 units for the first round of pressing.
    • There is an association with drunkenness, too, among hundreds of cuckoo-related legends, because it's taken as being the signal for the brewers of apple cider to start drinking the first of last autumn's pressings.
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    (batch of records)
    prensado masculine
    • He also granted an injunction effectively banning future use of that part of the lyric which infringed copyright, and preventing any new pressings of the recording.
    • After that pressing, strict black and white was used, and most versions looked like something produced on a gas station copy machine.
    • For the original pressing, the band requested the flames look orange, and as a result, the entire cover was printed orange on white.
    • Parton's first singles, released in pressings of only a few hundred copies, went out under the name the Go!