main squeezenoun

  • ja彼氏、彼女、恋人
  • ensomeone's girlfriend, boyfriend, or lover; a person’s primary partner in romance

Examples

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The first episode is about love, so...
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- You okay? - No.
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My main squeeze just broke up with me.
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Geez, I'm sorry. I didn't ⁠—
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Well, that's why I'm throwing her antique television out.
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The first job we see him work is scaring a nerdy pizza delivery guy out of stalking the object of his obsession.
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He uses the money he gets from the gig for a night of fun with his soon to be main squeeze, Vanessa.
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Wilson and Vanessa spend a wild year together until Wilson learns he's dying from cancer.
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The show's track record so far reveals that more Bachelorette stars have successfully
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found their long-lasting main squeeze compared to Bachelor stars.
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According to People, six Bachelorettes are still with their original first-picks as of
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June 2019.
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Only one Bachelor - Sean Lowe - married his number-one pick, and Colton Underwood is still
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dating his.
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For a short, fat guy with ill-advised facial hair, Mario really gets around.
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After Donkey Kong, Mario ditched Pauline for Peach, and while she's been his main squeeze
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ever since, Peach isn't the only princess in Mario's life.
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In Super Mario Land, he enjoys a brief fling with Princess Daisy.