Jam ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Jam ( verb )

  1. To press or squeeze something into a small space.
  2. To cause a blockage or obstruction in a machine or system.
  3. To play music with a lot of energy and enthusiasm.

Origin:

From old english gemǣnan "to press together".

Examples:

  1. The kids jammed the toys into the box.
  2. The printer jammed and wouldn't work.
  3. The band jammed on stage.
  4. The traffic jammed on the highway.
  5. The door jammed shut.

(As a noun)

Jam ( noun )

  1. To press or squeeze something into a small space.
  2. To cause a blockage or obstruction in a machine or system.
  3. To play music with a lot of energy and enthusiasm.

Origin:

From old english gemǣnan "to press together".

Examples:

  1. The kids jammed the toys into the box.
  2. The printer jammed and wouldn't work.
  3. The band jammed on stage.
  4. The traffic jammed on the highway.
  5. The door jammed shut.
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