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cram / meter
 
cram   [kræm]
A. -transitive verb
1. (=stuff)   meter   (into   en)
·we can't cram any more in
·es imposible meter masculineánoun
·to cram food into one'noun mouth
·llenarse la boca de comida
·to cram things into a case
·ir metiendo cosas en una maleta hasta que ya no cabe masculineánoun nada
·she crammed her hat down over her eyes
·se enfundó el sombrero hasta los ojos
2. (=fill)   llenar a reventar   (with   de)
·the hall is crammed
·la sala está de bote en bote
·the room was crammed with furniture
·la habitaciónoun estaba atestada de muebles
·his head is crammed with strange ideas
·tiene la cabeza llena de ideas raras
·to cram o.noun. with food
·atiborrarse de comida,   darse un atracónoun *
3. (school)
[+subject]   empollar,   aprender apresuradamente
[+pupil]   preparar apresuradamente para un examen
B. -intransitive verb
1. [people]   apelotonarse   (into   en)
·can I cram in here?
·¿hay un hueco para masculineí aquí?
·seven of us crammed into the Mini
·los siete logramos encajarnos en el Mini
2. [pupil]   (for exam)   empollar
 
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