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cram

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1cram/ˈkræm/verb
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1cram
/ˈkræm/
verb
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Learner's definition of CRAM  
[+ object] : to fill (something) so that there is no room for anything else: to fill (something) completely— often used as (be) crammed
[+ object] 
: to push or force (someone or something) into a space that is tight or crowded— usually + into or in
— see also cram in (below)
   b [no object] : to push or force yourself into a space that is tight or crowded— usually + into
[no object] : to prepare for a test, exam, etc., by learning a lot of information quickly— usually + for
   b [+ object]chiefly British : to prepare (someone) for a test, exam, etc., by teaching a lot of information quickly— usually + for

cram in

[phrasal verb]
cram in (someone or something) or cram (someone or something) in 
: to make a special effort to meet with (someone) or to do (something) although you are very busy
2cram/ˈkræm/noun
pluralcrams
2cram
/ˈkræm/
noun
pluralcrams
Learner's definition of CRAM  
[count]US
: a quick period of study in order to learn a lot of information quickly for a test, exam, etc.
◊ A cram school is a school designed to help students prepare for exams and get into better schools.
— usually used before another noun
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