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Translation of "jam" - English-Turkish dictionary

jam

verb
 
 
/dʒæm/ ( present participle jamming, past tense and past participle jammed)
jam sth in/into/on, etc to push something somewhere firmly and tightly
tıkmak, tıka basa doldurmak
She jammed her hands into her pockets.Inserting and forcing things into other thingsFilling and completing
STUCK [I, T] to get stuck or make something get stuck
tıka(n)mak, felç olmak/etmek
The machine keeps jamming.Not functioning
FILL [T] to fill a place completely
tıka basa doldurmak
[often passive] The streets were jammed with cars.Filling and completing
STOP RADIO [T] to send a signal that stops a radio being able to broadcast
bozmak, karıştırmak, parazit yapmak
RadioPreventing and impedingLimiting and restricting
(Definition of jam verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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