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the national/local/American/sports press
the popular/tabloid press
She has been criticized in the press for not speaking out on this issue.
She finally emerged from her home to face the press.
It’s a meeting for shareholders only, and the press are excluded.
a crowd of press photographers
The story has received extensive press coverage (=reports in newspapers).
His first book was published by Edinburgh University Press.
a trouser press
He gave the buzzer one long press.
Internet shopping brings the shop to your door at the simple press of a button.
I’ll just give my trousers a quick press and then I’m ready.
The company has been getting a fairly bad press for its treatment of workers.
The news came in only minutes before the paper was due to go to press.
This is the British English definition of press. View American English definition of press.