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jam-packedadjective

uk   us   /ˌdʒæmˈpækt/
full of people or things that are pushed closely together: The streets were jam-packed with tourists.
Translations of “jam-packed”
in Korean -로 꽉 찬…
in Arabic مُزدَحِم جِدّا…
in Portuguese superlotado…
in Catalan abarrotat…
in Japanese 満員の, 詰め込んだ…
in Italian pieno come un uovo, (pieno) zeppo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 擠得滿滿的,塞得緊緊的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 挤得满满的,塞得紧紧的…
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