prêssi

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See also: pressi

Norman[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Latin pressō (I press, squeeze), frequentative of premō (I press; I pursue), from Proto-Indo-European *per- (to hit).

Verb[edit]

prêssi

  1. (Jersey) to press

Verb[edit]

prêssi

  1. past participle of prêssi

Adjective[edit]

prêssi m

  1. rushed

Etymology 2[edit]

prêsse (press-gang) +‎ -i

Verb[edit]

prêssi

  1. (Jersey, nautical) to impress, press-gang

Verb[edit]

prêssi

  1. past participle of prêssi