- n. 果酱
- n. 堵塞；拥挤；困境
- v. 塞满；挤；卡住；夹伤；干扰；猛压
- 堵塞， 阻塞
- 不能运转， 不能动弹，轧住不动
- Jamaica 牙买加
- [U]果酱 very thick sweet liquid made from fruit boiled and preserved in sugar
- [C]拥挤,堵塞 crowding together of people, things, etc. so that movement is difficult or impossible
- [C]困难的处境; 窘境 difficult or embarrassing situation
- vt. & vi. (使)塞紧,(使)挤满 pack, crush, or gather tightly into a small space
- vt. & vi. 堵塞 fill with people, cars, etc., so that movement is difficult or impossible
- vt. & vi. 发生故障; 夹住 (especially of moving parts, e.g. of machine) to get stuck; squeeze
preserve of crushed fruit
informal terms for a difficult situation;
"he got into a terrible fix"
"he made a muddle of his marriage"
a dense crowd of people
deliberate radiation or reflection of electromagnetic energy for the purpose of disrupting enemy use of electronic devices or systems
press tightly together or cram;
"The crowd packed the auditorium"
push down forcibly;
"The driver jammed the brake pedal to the floor"
crush or bruise;
"jam a toe"
interfere with or prevent the reception of signals;
"Jam the Voice of America"
"block the signals emitted by this station"
get stuck and immobilized;
"the mechanism jammed"
crowd or pack to capacity;
"the theater was jampacked"
block passage through;
"obstruct the path"
- He spread some apple jam on the bread.
- I reached across the table for the jam.
- Traffic jams in the town happen everyday.
- We were delayed in a traffic jam.
- They detoured around the traffic jam by heading south.
- How am I going to get out of this jam?
- The holiday traffic is jamming the roads.
- You'll have to catch the next bus, we can't possibly jam any more passengers in.
- The key turned halfway and then jammed.
- He got his finger jammed in the door.
- The government tried to jam the guerrillas' telecommunication.
- I had to jam an the brakes sharply to avoid hitting two children
- Sorry, we're fresh out of jam.
- The knives and forks were kept in a large jam jar.
- The traffic jam interrupted the flow of the cars.
- There was such a jam of people that we couldn't get in.
- He's in an awful jam over his marriage.
- The door has jammed.
- The overheated machine jammed.
- The brakes jammed and the car skidded badly.
- The brake jammed and the car went into a wall.
- Shoppers jammed the stores at Christmas time.
- Children jammed the entrance to the fun fair.
- The crowd jammed the streets and no cars could pass.
- The parade jammed traffic all over town.
- The accident jammed the main road for three hours.
- The girl jammed her hand when she closed the drawer.
- The authorities were unable to jam this wavelength.
- They were sent to jam the enemy's radio stations during the war.
- The bus was jammed fully.
- The ship was jammed between two rocks.
- The ship was jammed in the ice.
- The lid of the box is jammed; I cannot open it.
- The broadcasts were jammed by the enemy.
- in a jam
- jam in1 (v.+adv.)
(将…)挤进〔塞进〕 push, press, or pack things or people tightly in a space
Crowds jammed in for seats when the train pulled up.
火车一停,人们便挤进车厢找座位。jam sb/sth ⇔ in
You'll have to catch the next bus; we can't possibly jam any more passengers in.
My car has been jammed in by several lorries, and I can't get it out.
Don't park there; you'll probably get jammed in.
The bus was so full that I was jammed in and couldn't move.
- jam in2 (v.+prep.)
(将…)挤进〔塞进〕 push, press, or pack things or people tightly into a space
jam in sth
The logs jammed in the river.
圆木挤塞在河里。jam sth in sth
The girl jammed her fingers in the door.
He jammed his clothes in a small suitcase.
The key is jammed in the lock.
The newspapers were so tightly jammed in the letterbox that he could hardly get them out.
- jam into (v.+prep.)
(将…)挤进; 塞进 push, press, or pack things or people tightly into a space
jam into sth
Far too many foot-ball supporters tried to jam into the small ground.
One of the lifts was out of order, so we all had to jam into the other one.
两座电梯中的一座出了故障,我们大家只好都挤进另一座电梯里去。jam sth into sth
I can't jam another thing into the bag.
- jam on1 (v.+adv.)
猛压,猛踩 use sth hurriedly, as by pressing
- jam on2 (v.+prep.)
猛压,猛踩 use sth hurriedly, as by pressing
jam sth on sth
She jammed her foot on the brake.
- jam together (v.+adv.)
(使)紧紧地挤在一起 (cause to) be packed tightly together
The crowd jammed together to get a good view of the famous visitor.
The two pieces of wood always jam together if I don't hold them apart.
我要是不把这两块木板撑开,它们就老是挤在一块。jam sth ⇔ together
All the cars were jammed together at one end of the bridge.
- jam up (v.+adv.)
〈口〉把事情搞糟,搞乱 spoil; cause difficulty in sth
jam sth ⇔ up
The accident jammed up the traffic for half an hour.
The committee was doing well until the chairman's independent action jammed up the work.
- jam with (v.+prep.)
使挤满 fill a space tightly with sth, things, or people
jam sth with sb/sth
The train was jammed with passengers.
The gateway was jammed with angry people.
The room was jammed with people wanting to buy the furniture.
The roads are jammed with cars taking people to horse show.
The company's switchboard was jammed with complaints.
- the traffic jam 交通阻塞
- the jam jar 果酱罐
To preserve..the true flavour and the colour of fruit in jams..boil them rapidly.出自： E. Acton
'I'm in the devil of a jam,' said Robin gloomily.出自： P. H. Gibbs
Our three chairs are jammed between chimney and basement door.出自： M. Piercy
- squeeze 挤压
- cram 塞满
- crush 压碎
- press 按
- load 负荷
- push 推
- stuff 东西
- heap 堆
- marmalade 柠檬等制成的果酱...
- crowd 人群
- jelly 果冻
- pack 一群
- pickle 腌汁
- throng 人群
- mess 混乱
- fill 装满
- fill up 装满(填写
- preserves 果酱
- stop 停止
- seize 抓住
- seize up (机器等)卡住...
- predicament 困境
- quandary 困惑
- scrape 刮掉
- traffic jam 交通阻塞
- queue 长队
- gridlock 极端严重的全面交通堵塞(...
- bottleneck 瓶颈
- tailback 堵车
- block 街区
- wad 填料
- obstruct 阻隔
- fix 使 ... 固定
- pile 堆
- mob 暴民
- chock up 塞满
- jampack 使挤满
- muddle 混乱
- obturate 闭塞
- ram 公羊
- close up 靠近
- occlude 使闭塞
- jamming 干扰
- impede 妨碍
- kettle of fish 混乱
- hole 洞
- electronic jamming 电子干扰
- squash 壁球
- compress 压缩