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Date: 1800-1900
Origin: Probably from squeege 'to squeeze' (18-19 centuries), from squeeze

squeegee

noun
     
Related topics: Cleaning
squee‧gee [countable]
DHC a tool with a thin rubber blade and a short handle, used for removing or spreading a liquid on a surface

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