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cram

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UK [kræm]
  • n.克拉姆;填塞;填鸭式用功;考试前临时硬记
  • v.把…塞进;挤满;塞满;(为应考)临时死记硬背
  • Web填满;塞入;临时抱佛脚
Past Tense:crammed  Present Participle:cramming  Simple Present:crams  
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1.
[t][i]
把…塞进;挤满;塞满to push or force sb/sth into a small space; to move into a small space with the result that it is full
He crammed eight people into his car.
他往他的车里硬塞进八个人。
I could never cram in all that she does in a day.
我可做不了她在一天之内所做的事情。
I managed to cram down a few mouthfuls of food.
我好歹狼吞虎咽地吃了几口东西。
Supporters crammed the streets.
街上挤满了支持者。
I bought a large basket and crammed it full of presents.
我买了个大篮子,然后把它装满礼物。
We all managed to cram into his car.
我们大家好歹都挤进了他的车。
2.
[i]
(informal)
~ (for sth)
(为应考)临时死记硬背to learn a lot of things in a short time, in preparation for an exam
He's been cramming for his exams all week.
他整个星期都一直在拼命准备应考。

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