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jam

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1 a crowded mass (as of cars) that impedes or blocks movement
  • Thousands of cars trying to leave the stadium's parking lot at the same time are sure to create a jam.
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2 a difficult, puzzling, or embarrassing situation from which there is no easy escape
  • The heavy rain puts us in a real jam: all of the preparations are for a garden wedding.
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jam

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1 to fit (people or things) into a tight space
  • Tom jammed his clothes into the already bulging hamper.
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2 to prevent passage through by filling with something
  • Crumpled papers jammed the copier.
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3 to put into (something) as much as can be held or contained
  • The inn will jam a guest's picnic basket with an array of tempting foods.
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4 to force one's way
  • Several more people jammed into the bus even though there was hardly room to stand.
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