There are 2 main translations of squash in Spanish

: squash1squash2

squash1

aplastar, v.

Pronunciation: /skwɒʃ//skwɑʃ//skwɔʃ/

transitive verb

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    • 1.1(crush)

      aplastar
      espachurrar informal
      apachurrar Central America Andes informal
      espichar Colombia
      his hat got squashed (flat) se le aplastó el sombrero
      • Although the pressures used are immense, the processing conditions are designed so that foods are not squashed and they do retain their shape.
      • The company have asked that cartons, cans and plastic containers be rinsed, dried and squashed.
      • ‘The car was completely crushed from the front, my door was squashed in and the rest of the car was folded around me,’ said Gemma.
      • I of course could not sleep for fear of rolling over and squashing her.
      • He stepped on the cigarette, squashing it into the ground.
      • His face was redder than the tomatoes he was squashing under foot and spittle flew from his mouth as he lumbered toward his wife.
      • It feels like someone's sitting on your chest and squashing it, and you can't usually speak either, which doesn't help if you're trying to get help.
      • He flung the cigarette to the ground and squashed it slowly with the toe of his right shoe.
      • I've been squashing the flies as I see them but now I can put up sticky traps and let them catch themselves.
      • You are requested to wash and squash containers before putting them in the recycling bins.
      • Halve the lemon grass stalks and squash the bases with the flat side of a knife.
      • I am also a vegetarian and attempt to relocate spiders rather than squashing them flat.
      • I shrugged, dropping my half burned cigarette to the ground, squashing it beneath my foot.
      • As one insect is squashed, another takes his place.
      • She considers squashing the insect between her fingers, but decides not to.
      • Meyers also is analyzing the strong, but extremely lightweight bill of the Toco Toucan, a Central and South American bird that squashes fruit and berries with its banana-shaped bill.
      • Like other kids, when I was small we used to try to make wine, squashing grapes in a bucket.
      • We now have fresh bread every breakfast, and it is not squashed flat in the shopping trolley.
      • And anyone who has been through Hurricane Andrew, Hurricane Charley, you know that it literally just squashes these sorts of homes.
      • I recycle as much of my household waste as possible, kitchen waste is composted, cans are squashed flat after removing bases, drink cans, newspapers and all other clean wastepaper placed in the relevant bins.

    • 1.2(squeeze)

      meter
      we can squash one more into the back podemos meter a uno más atrás
      • we were all squashed (up) against the wall estábamos todos apiñados / apretujados contra la pared

      apretando

  • 2informal

    (suppress, silence)
    (rumors/protests) acallar
    he needs to be squashed now and then de vez en cuando hay que bajarle los humos
    • she squashed Tom's arguments flat echó por tierra los argumentos de Tom

intransitive verb

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    we all squashed into his study nos metimos todos en su despacho
    • could I squash in? ¿quepo yo también?
    • to squash up apretarse
    • ask them to squash up a bit diles que se aprieten un poco
    • His mother had immediately squashed that idea.
    • Khalid, understandably enough, was of the opinion that rebellion could not be squashed.
    • This squashes other export industries and sucks in cheap imports, damaging others.
    • Brass insists doubts over City's character and commitment can be firmly squashed in the wake of Saturday's 2-0 victory over Cambridge United.
    • I didn't really understand how it was squashing my spirit until I was a little older.
    • When she sends Guy off to war at the end of the first act, she projects so much youthful innocence and idealism that there's no way her happiness isn't going to be squashed by circumstance.
    • As soon as someone tries to squash me into a position of submission I will react and deal with any consequences later.
    • Port Street is a litter of unrelated architecture and closed businesses and again proposals to inject new life are being squashed.
    • The bubbly romantic feelings Delaney was having were quickly squashed as she pulled out her palm pilot again and stared at Tanya's name.
    • She winked and a picture of Shawn flashed through my mind, which I squashed down immediately.
    • Council officials moved swiftly to squash rumours of scores of asylum seekers moving to Canvey.
    • She deserves to be squashed like everyone's squashed me.
    • Thankfully, that proposal has now been squashed, and the hard-working New Zealander who always foots the bill will not be subject to that tax, at least.
    • The feelings, however, had to be squashed immediately and that's exactly what he did.
    • I hope that the whole idea will be squashed at this early stage, but if it goes further I will fight to keep our right to regional labelling.
    • They forget, or do not wish to acknowledge, that in a packed meeting of party delegates after the May election there was comment, criticism and suggestions as to party policy, none of which were squashed.
    • Maya's excitement over their dinner guest wouldn't be squashed.
    • Many observers worry that such mergers could squash what few competing voices there are in many towns and cities.
    • Any uprising is squashed by a massive show of force, as seen in the 1959 and more recently, the 1987-1989 uprisings.
    • Hope and relief filled me, but were almost immediately squashed as someone kicked me in the ribs, and I found my face pressed against the floor.
    • She quickly squashed the small pang of jealousy that had risen up in her.
    • Many an enthusiastic proposal has been squashed by an economist with a calculator and too much time on his hands.
    • I've heard some talk about that, but I hope I squashed the rumours adequately.
    • I squashed the idea as soon as it crossed my mind.
    • In June last year, Thompson was forced to squash rumours the club had received a £1million offer from premiership Sheffield Wednesday for the midfield tyro.
    • One benefit of the committee is that since ideas become public immediately, an individual idea can't be squashed by only one manager.
    • She needled him with such venom from behind her thick lenses that Seb was visibly squashed.
    • Patriotism rallied the nation and previously popular anti-war sentiments were effectively squashed.
    • Once soil temperatures reach 60 degrees, you can plant corn, beans, squash and cucumbers.
    • The peas and other vines won't bother each other so go ahead and plan on planting cucumbers, melons or even squash together on the same trellis.
    • Many parents were unsure of how to prepare some of the fresh vegetables, such as eggplant and some squashes.
    • The best vegetables are coming into season, I love sprouts, parsnips, swede, squash and pumpkins.
    • The staple of Mexican food is corn, supplemented by beans, squash, and chili peppers.
    • Both powdery mildew and downy mildew often infect squash plants as autumn nights grow cooler and dew keeps the foliage moist through the night.
    • Plant sweet corn in each of the first three weeks of June for multiple crops, and plant squash and cantaloupes up to June 20.
    • They planted a wide variety of beans, pumpkins, squash, and corn.
    • Peel the squash then cut the flesh into chunks.
    • There's much more beta carotene in traditional crops, from leafy green vegetables to squashes, melons and mangoes.

noun

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    (crush)
    it was quite a squash fitting everybody in hubo que apretarse / apretujarse mucho para que todos cupieran
    • it was a terrible squash on the train íbamos (/ iban etc. ) terriblemente apretados / apretujados en el tren
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    Sport
    squash masculine
    a game of squash un partido de squash
  • 3British

    (drink)

    refresco a base de extractos


There are 2 main translations of squash in Spanish

: squash1squash2

squash2

Pronunciation: /skwɒʃ//skwɑʃ//skwɔʃ/

noun

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    Cooking Botany

    nombre genérico de varios tipos de calabaza, zapallo, cidra etc