Definition of cram in
: to make a special effort to meet with (someone) or to do (something) although one is very busy I can cram you in this afternoon. We crammed in as much sightseeing as possible on our trip to New York City.
Word by Word Definitions
: to pack tight : jam
: to fill with food to satiety : stuff
: to eat voraciously : bolt
: a compressed multitude or crowd : crush
: last-minute study especially for an examination
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