Main definitions of presser in US English:

: presser1presser2

presser1

noun

informal
  • A press conference.

    ‘he recently fielded similar questions in his presser’
    • ‘He even stuck around after the presser and fielded questions from the press corps about the Michigan football team.’
    • ‘At Friday's presser for the film, he won over the mostly Italian crowd by answering questions in near-fluent Italian.’
    • ‘However, that presser may be cancelled if ongoing player-owner meetings, which began this morning, continue unabated.’
    • ‘I watched your presser this afternoon, and I've heard the reactions, and honestly it's like the election never happened.’
    • ‘Rex was animated during his post game presser.’
    • ‘This live blog contains images and our updates from the presser.’
    • ‘As he mentioned in Wednesday afternoon's presser, we are now in the moment in the offseason when the coaching staff gathers to evaluate the roster.’
    • ‘You don't go to a presser, ask some random questions, and then decide what you're going to write about after the fact.’
    • ‘Anyone who's smart sees how useless 90% of pressers are.’
    • ‘In his postgame presser, he said that the stolen bases were largely a product of the pitcher's slow delivery time to the plate.’

Pronunciation

presser

/ˈprɛsər//ˈpresər/

Main definitions of presser in US English:

: presser1presser2

presser2

noun

  • A person who presses something or operates a press.

    ‘as a young man he had worked as an olive presser’
    • ‘Sounds like it might be a pretty useful ability, particularly if you were a grape presser.’
    • ‘Despite not being a huge presser of the red button in the past, I would strongly urge everyone with a digital box to make the most of it with Dunkirk.’
    • ‘I just spoke to an olive presser and booked them in for Wednesday to be pressed.’
    • ‘Isaac entered the rag trade, initially as a presser and then later as a mechanic.’
    • ‘If we employed a cleaner, gardener or shirt presser, we could not afford the house.’
    • ‘Pauline had worked as a presser in the Sunderland branch of the Wakefield Shirt Company for almost five years.’

Pronunciation

presser

/ˈprɛsər//ˈpresər/