Q: they would be able to squash the magic out of him とはどういう意味ですか?
A: oh really?😅 I don't think so, maybe if I show you the context
Q: squash とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Squash can mean a few things!

As a verb: To crush/squeeze/flatten something.
Example: 'I squashed the grape between my fingers'

It can also mean the racket sport 'squash'
Hope this helps :)
Q: squash
A: 1) Another meaning for zucchini
2) It means to crush something
Example: I squashed a bug
Q: squash the beef とはどういう意味ですか?
A: it's a idiomatic way of saying to resolve a conflict you may have with another person.


Q: squash を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: thank you!
Q: to squash を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Ewwwww! I’m going to squash that bug!

Stop bothering me or else I’m going to squash you like a bug.

Q: squash を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "Ew! Squash that bug!"

"I want to play squash when I'm older."

"Did you make this squash soup?"


Q: squash と squeeze はどう違いますか?

1. ' Squeeze' means to apply pressure from all side.
a) she Squeezed her hand.
b) Don't squeeze the kitten, you will hurt it.

2. 'Squash' to make or crush something flat.
a) I Squashed my nose against the window.
b) Squash the can flat before recycling

Q: squash と crush はどう違いますか?
A: Crush has a connotation/nuance of destruction.

- If you crush a soda can, it’s useless for holding liquid.

- If you crush a person in a tight hug, you are hurting them.

- If you crush a box, it’s broken and can no longer hold anything.

Squashing something is a gentler amount of force used. If the thing is very small, it MIGHT be destroyed, but most things you squash would be a little misshapen or be restorable to its usual shape.

- I squashed a bug! (Bug is small, so it dies)

- I squashed a pillow. (Pillow will change shape, but can be restored to normal)

- I squashed him in a hug. (Tight hug, but not painful)
Q: squash と pumpkin はどう違いますか?
A: Squash and pumpkin are two different vegetables that belong to the "gourd" family. Pumpkins are round and orange. Squash is long, thick, and green or yellow.
Q: squash と pumpkin はどう違いますか?
A: A pumpkin is a type of squash.
Every pumpkin is a squash.
Not all squashes are pumpkins.
Q: squash と collapse はどう違いますか?
A: Squash is used to say something has been squished or diminished. Collapse is used to say something has been taken down or fallen down.

"He squashed the bug with his shoe."

"The building collapsed."


Q: squash は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
Q: squash は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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Q: (Since) squash bugs can rapidly kill young plants (almost overnight), it is (extremely) important to check and (investigate) the garden daily. What is the misstake in (..) は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Squash bugs can rapidly kill plants overnight, it’s extremely important to check and search your garden daily.


Q: Can I say "I squash my face with cold water in the morning to be refreshed."?
A: Everything is fine other than the word “squash” I don’t know why you would use that word in this context. Maybe replace it with “splash” or “rinse”
Q: Did you squash the bug?
Did you squish the bug?
Which is the correct sentence?or both are correct?
A: Both are correct.
Q: What does squash mean as vegetable? Does it include courgettes?
A: @bakedbeans Squashes are gourds and have a hard surface. Courgettes are a different vegetable.
Q: You have to be careful not to squash eggs in the bag while you're carrying them. この表現は自然ですか?
A: @Taira0501: You have to be careful not to crush the eggs in the bag while you're carrying them.
Q: What "mushy squash" means?
A: It sounds like it's referring to the food called squash. So "mushy squash" means squash that is very soft and almost like liquid.