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Synonyms for cram

Synonyms for cram

to fill to excess by compressing or squeezing tightly

to study or work hard, especially when pressed for time


Synonyms for cram

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

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The room was crammed with hundreds of Bitcoin servers operating with around 300 graphic cards, according to police.
2 : to fill full <I crammed my suitcase with clothes.
On a ballot crammed with state propositions, city measures, tax hikes and bonds of every kind, voters' burnout would doom the chances for street repairs.
On the negative side, students who crammed for finals reported increased disruptions in their normal eating and sleeping routines and increased stress and other physical symptoms (e.
Flies given the rest avoided the odor even after a week, while those that crammed did so for only 3 days.
I don't hear the same people complain that ``extreme'' sports are being crammed down their throats - or golf or ice hockey or auto racing or any of the sports that seem to have expanded their audiences over the past decade with the cooperation of the news media.
Consumers also need to review the charges on the non-Pacific Bell portion of their bills to ensure they are not being crammed.