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Adjective: jammed  jamd
  1. Filled to capacity
    "a suitcase jammed with dirty clothes";
    - jam-packed, packed
Verb: jam (jammed,jamming)  jam
  1. Press tightly together or cram
    "The crowd jammed the auditorium";
    - throng, mob, pack, pile
  2. Push down forcibly
    "The driver jammed the brake pedal to the floor"
  3. Hurt or bruise with a squashing force
    "jam a toe";
    - crush
  4. Interfere with or prevent the reception of signals
    "Jam the Voice of America";
    - block
  5. Get stuck and immobilized
    "the mechanism jammed"
  6. Crowd or pack to capacity
    "the theatre was jammed";
    - jampack, ram, chock up, cram, wad
  7. Block passage through
    "jam the path";
    - obstruct, obturate, impede, occlude, block, close up
  8. (popular music) play music in a group, esp. improvising

See also: crowded

Type of: break up, bruise, contuse, crowd, crowd together, cut off, disrupt, entrammel, fetter, force, hinder, impede, interrupt, malfunction, misfunction, push, stuff, trammel

Encyclopedia: Jammed

Jam, Kerman