crammed|cramming|cramskræm verb +crowd or pack to capacity +put something somewhere so that the space is completely filled +study intensively, as before an exam +prepare (students) hastily for an impending exam
1 pack, stuff, overstuff, overcrowd, jam, fill:
The car was crammed to the top with suitcases.
2 study, burn the midnight oil, Literary lucubrate, Colloq grind, Brit swot:
Bob can't go out because he's cramming for an exam.
Advanced English Dictionary
1 full of things or people: All the shelves were crammed with books. + The room was crammed full of people. + The article was crammed full of ideas. 2[not before noun] if people are crammed into a place, there is not much room for them in it: We were crammed four to an office.
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