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cram
kræm
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English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Prepare (students) hastily for an impending exam.
  2. Study intensively, as before an exam.
  3. Crowd or pack to capacity.
  4. Put something somewhere so that the space is completely filled.
Hyphenationcram
Part of Speech(动) verb, (名) noun
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塞满sāimǎnto stuff full; to cram in; packed tight; chock full
填满tiánmǎnto cram
猛吃měngchīto gobble up; to gorge oneself on (food)
推入tuīrùto force into
填入tiánrùfill in; insert
死记sǐjìto learn by rote; to cram
撒谎sāhuǎngto tell lies
K书kshūto cram (Taiwan, from Taiwanese khè su 啮书, lit. to gnaw a book); to study; see also 啃书
填塞tiánsèto fill up; to cram; to stuff
填饱tiánbǎoto feed to the full; to cram
充塞chōngsècongestion; to block; to congest; to crowd; to choke; to cram; to fill up; to stuff; to take up all the space
啃书kěnshūlit. to gnaw a book; to study; to cram
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