Definition of cramp
Examples of cramp in a Sentence
Writing for such a long time may cramp your hand.
His leg was cramping so badly he could hardly move it.
The new regulations may cramp the company's financial growth.
cramp one's style, give a hard time;
CRAMP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cramp for English Language Learners
: to cause (a part of the body) to feel pain because of tight muscles : to cause a cramp in (your hand, foot, etc.)
: to have a sudden painful tightening of muscles : to experience a cramp or cramps
: to prevent (something) from developing or growing freely
CRAMP Defined for Kids
medical Definition of cramp
- a cramp in the leg
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