Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
The verb 'to squeeze' means to manage to get into a narrow or restricted space or to obtain something from someone with an amount of effort or difficulty. To squeeze in something or squeeze in somebody means to manage to fit them in to your schedule or plans when you are short on time. You could say you will 'squeeze in an appointment for someone' if your schedule is quite full but you intend to make space for them anyway. You could squeeze someone in to a physical space where there is little room, for example, 'We didn't expect so many people to show up, but we managed to squeeze in 150 people into the conference room."