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Translation of "cram" - English-Spanish dictionary

cram

verb   /kræm/ ( present participle cramming, past tense and past participle crammed)
to force too many things into a small space meter (a presión) Thousands of people were crammed into the stadium.
(Definition of cram from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cram

verb /krӕm/ ( past tense, past participle crammed)
to fill very full atestar, abarrotar, atiborrar The drawer was crammed with papers.
to push or force meter a la fuerza He crammed food into his mouth.
to prepare (someone) in a short time for an examination preparar(se) apresuradamente para un examen He is being crammed for his university entrance exam.
(Definition of cram from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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