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Detailed Translations for cram from English to German


to cram verb (crams, crammed, cramming)

  1. to cram
    fressen; stopfen
    • fressen verb (fresse, frißt, fraß, fraßt, gefressen)
    • stopfen verb (stopfe, stopfst, stopft, stopfte, stopftet, gestopft)
  2. to cram
    • fressen verb (fresse, frißt, fraß, fraßt, gefressen)
  3. to cram
    • vollstopfen verb (stopfe voll, stopfst voll, stopft voll, stopfte voll, stopftet voll, vollgestopft)

Conjugations for cram:

  1. cram
  2. cram
  3. crams
  4. cram
  5. cram
  6. cram
simple past
  1. crammed
  2. crammed
  3. crammed
  4. crammed
  5. crammed
  6. crammed
present perfect
  1. have crammed
  2. have crammed
  3. has crammed
  4. have crammed
  5. have crammed
  6. have crammed
past continuous
  1. was cramming
  2. were cramming
  3. was cramming
  4. were cramming
  5. were cramming
  6. were cramming
  1. shall cram
  2. will cram
  3. will cram
  4. shall cram
  5. will cram
  6. will cram
continuous present
  1. am cramming
  2. are cramming
  3. is cramming
  4. are cramming
  5. are cramming
  6. are cramming
  1. be crammed
  2. be crammed
  3. be crammed
  4. be crammed
  5. be crammed
  6. be crammed
  1. cram!
  2. let's cram!
  3. crammed
  4. cramming
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for cram:

VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
fressen cram consume; devour; dine; dine out; gormandise; gormandize; gourmandize; gulp down; nibble; nybble; stuff with food; swallow up; wine and dine
stopfen cram caulk; consume; darn; dispatch; fill gaps; fill up; gormandise; gormandize; gourmandize; gulp down; lead to constipation; mend; stop; stop holes; stuff; stuff with food
vollstopfen cram fill up well; gormandise; gormandize; gourmandize; stuff; stuff with food
- bone; bone up; chock up; drum; get up; grind away; jam; jampack; mug up; ram; swot; swot up; wad

Synonyms for "cram":

Related Definitions for "cram":

  1. prepare (students) hastily for an impending exam1
  2. study intensively, as before an exam1
  3. crowd or pack to capacity1
  4. put something somewhere so that the space is completely filled1
    • cram books into the suitcase1

Wiktionary Translations for cram:

  1. to swot
  2. to press, force, or drive, particularly in filling, or in thrusting one thing into another

Cross Translation:
cram voll pfropfen volproppen — overvol maken door er nog iets bij te duwen
cram büffeln blokken — heel hard studeren

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