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jam

noun /dʒӕm/
a thick sticky substance made of fruit etc preserved by being boiled with sugar
mermelada, confitura
raspberry jam (also adjective) a jam sandwich.
jammy adjective covered with jam
lleno de mermelada
jammy fingers.
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 Polish dżem, korek…
in Vietnamese mứt…
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 from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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