Definition from macmillandictionary.com
Your browser doesn’t support HTML5 audio
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
a garlic 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.
He pushed his way through the press of people.