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English definition of “jammed”

jammed

adjective uk   /dʒæmd/ us  

jammed adjective (STUCK)

unable to move: This drawer is jammed.Immobility

jammed adjective (FULL)

full of people: Because the train was delayed, all the coaches were completely jammed.Full
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