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Meaning of PRESS

Pronunciation:  pres

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Dream Dictionary
 Definition: Seeing the press in your dream, suggests that there is a messages that you need to convey and get across to others. You need to pay more attention to the outside world and not be so self-absorbed. Dreaming that the press is chasing you indicates your lack of privacy. You may feel that someone or some situation is invading into your space.