What is the difference between "squeeze onto a train" and "get on the train"?
The speaker has used "squeeze" to give the impression that the train is crowded and full of people. It is an expression that is more descriptive and visual than simply saying "get on the train," which is just a description of an action. Ex: I squeezed myself onto the train in the morning. Ex: I squeezed myself into the last seat on the bus.
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