Jam - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- informal terms for a difficult situation (syn: fix, hole, mess, muddle, pickle)
- a dense crowd of people (syn: crush, press)
- deliberate radiation or reflection of electromagnetic energy for the purpose of disrupting enemy use of electronic devices or systems (syn: jamming)
- push down forcibly
- get stuck and immobilized
Thousands of people jammed into the hall.
People were jamming the exits after the concert.
He jammed the book back into the bookcase.
She jammed her foot down hard on the brakes.
She jammed on the brakes.
A piece of paper jammed the copy machine.
He jammed a hat on his head.
He jammed everything into one suitcase.
They all tried to jam into the small room.
The street was jammed with traffic.
The typewriter keys jam, so I can't work.
Sorry we're late. We got stuck in a traffic jam.
It caused a jam in the printer.
We became friends after he helped me out of a jam.
He jammed his foot on the accelerator and the car sped off.
present participle: jamming
past tense: jammed
past participle: jammed
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