cram Meaning in Bengali - Synonyms and Definition of cram

Definition of cram

verb

completely fill (a place or container) to the point that it appears to be overflowing.

The room was crammed with suitcases, footwear, clothes and other odds and ends strewn carelessly around.

study intensively over a short period of time just before an examination.

Students really should get a good night's sleep after cramming for an exam.

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Example of cram

  • Crammed into the truck are men and women wearing yellow stars.

  • A familiar sight during the exam period; as drowsiness sets in, coffee helps a student stay awake and cram for those finals.

  • Because they are crammed so tightly, the birds go crazy and peck at each other.

  • Crowds will cram into Cathedral Square to be among the first in the world to witness the dawn of the 21st century.

  • Developers are seeking to cram far too many dwellings on to the site.

  • Don't try to cram too many people around a small dining room table.

  • Even for a fast learner, though, four months is an awfully short time to cram .

  • For example issues of the Chronicle of Higher Education are crammed to the brim with advertising from online education companies.

  • He'll get up at 5.30 the next morning for a final cram .

  • How did you cram so many nice things about me in that review?