PRESS (for oil or wine). A rendering of several Hebrew and Greek words that refer to a device used for extracting liquids from certain fruits from which wines and oils were made. Some of these were small handmills while others were made of two large stones. One turned on the other by horses or mules so that the fruit was crushed between them.
PRESS (גַּת, H1780, יֶ֫קֶב, H3676). A word used in the KJV for “winepress” in
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)
pres: As a verb is used in the