OTHER WORDS FROM pressurizepres·sur·iz·er, nounre·pres·su·rize, verb, re·pres·su·rized, re·pres·su·riz·ing.
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They could pressurize them because the Taliban are looking for legitimacy.'What Will Happen When the World Looks Away?' An Afghan Teacher on How the World Can Protect Girls From the Taliban|Abhishyant Kidangoor|August 26, 2021|Time
On Monday, an Air India plane carrying 328 oxygen concentrators, which pull oxygen from the air and pressurize it into higher concentrations for medical use, landed at New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi airport from New York.How Countries Around the World Are Helping India Fight COVID-19—and How You Can Too|Billy Perrigo|April 27, 2021|Time
“We have someone we can pressurize now, someone we can persuade,” she says.
Bear sprays are also pressurized to travel further — 30 to 35 feet — than the smaller self-defense products.Bear spray is showing up at protests and riots. Here’s why, and how it affects humans.|John Briley|March 19, 2021|Washington Post
He knows the team is depending on him to be aggressive and take shots when he’s open on offense, but his expanded role on the team feels freeing rather than pressurized.
Later, in the last moments of descent, he would snap down the face plate and pressurize the suit.First on the Moon|Jeff Sutton