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Pronunciation of Cram: Learn how to pronounce Cram in English correctly

Learn how to say Cram correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word cram:

verb (crams, cramming, crammed)
1 [with object] completely fill (a place or container) to the point of overflowing:
the ashtray by the bed was crammed with cigarette butts
force (people or things) into a place or container that is or appears to be too small to contain them:
it’s amazing how you’ve managed to cram everyone in
figurative
he had crammed so much into his short life
[no object] (of a number of people) enter a place that is too small to accommodate all of them:
they all crammed into the car
2 [no object] study intensively over a short period of time just before an examination:
lectures were called off so students could cram for the semester finals
Origin:
Old English crammian, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch krammen ‘to cramp or clamp’