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cram

verb
 
 
/kræm/ ( present participle cramming, past tense and past participle crammed)
cram sth between/in/into, etc to force things into a small space
tıkmak, tıkıştırmak, zorla yerleştirmek/sokmak, tıka basa doldurmak
The refugees were crammed into the truck.Squeezing and grinding
[I] to study a lot before an exam
sınavdan önce çok sıkı çalışmak
Knowing and learning
Translations of “cram”
in Korean 쑤셔넣다…
in Arabic يَحْشو…
in French bourrer, fourrer, potasser…
in Italian stipare, ammassare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 推, 塞滿, 塞進…
in Russian зубрить…
in Polish wkuwać…
in Spanish atestar, abarrotar, atiborrar…
in Portuguese abarrotar, encher, congestionar…
in German vollstopfen, stopfen, einpauken…
in Catalan encabir, entatxonar…
in Japanese (人、もの)を詰め込む…
in Chinese (Simplified) 推, 塞满, 塞进…
(Definition of cram from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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