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jam

noun
 
 
/dʒæm/
SWEET FOOD [C, U] ( also US jelly) A2 a sweet food made from fruit that you spread on bread
dżem
a jar of strawberry jam Jams and spreads
TRAFFIC [C] ( also traffic jam) a line of cars, trucks, etc that are moving slowly or not moving
korek
We were stuck in a jam for hours.Traffic jams
Translations of “jam”
in Arabic مُرَبّى, زَحْمة…
in Korean 잼, 교통 체증…
in Malaysian jem…
in French confiture…
in Turkish reçel, marmelat, trafikte araç sıkışıklığı…
in Italian marmellata, ingorgo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 食物, 果醬…
in Russian варенье, пробка, затор…
in Vietnamese mứt…
in Spanish mermelada, confitura…
in Portuguese geleia, engarrafamento, congestionamento…
in Thai แยม…
in German die Marmelade, Marmeladen-…
in Catalan melmelada, embús…
in Japanese ジャム, 交通渋滞…
in Indonesian selai…
in Chinese (Simplified) 食物, 果酱…
(Definition of jam noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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