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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of jammed

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of jammed:
/d͡ʒæmd/

Derived Form of jammed

verb
root word: jam
third person: jams
past: jammed
past participle: jammed
present participle: jamming
adjective
comparitive: more jammed
superlative: most jammed
Verb: jam
1
press tightly together or cram
  1. The crowd packed the auditorium
Synonymsthrong, mob, pack, pile, jam,
Hypernymscrowd,
Type ofcrowded, crowded together,
2
push down forcibly
  1. The driver jammed the brake pedal to the floor
Synonymsjam,
Hypernymspush,
Type offorced, pushed,
3
crush or bruise
  1. jam a toe
Synonymsjam, crush,
Hypernymsbruise,
Type ofbruised, contused,
4
interfere with or prevent the reception of signals
  1. Jam the Voice of America
  2. block the signals emitted by this station
Synonymsjam, block,
Hyponymsbarrage jam, blanket jam, point jam, spot jam,
Hypernymsinterrupt,
Type ofbroke up, cut off, disrupted, interrupted,
Typesbarraged jam, blanketed jam, pointed jam, spotted jam,
See alsojamming,
5
get stuck and immobilized
  1. the mechanism jammed
Synonymsjam,
Hypernymsmalfunction,
Type ofmalfunctioned, misfunctioned,
6
crowd or pack to capacity
  1. the theater was jampacked
Synonymsjam, jampack, ram, chock up, cram, wad,
Hypernymsstuff,
Type ofstuffed,
7
block passage through
  1. obstruct the path
Synonymsobstruct, obturate, impede, occlude, jam, block, close up,
Antonymsfree,
Hyponymsbarricade, blockade, clog, dam, land up, screen, suffocate, tie up,
Hypernymsimpede,
Type ofhindered, impeded,
Typesasphyxiated, backed up, barred, barricaded, barricadoed, blockaded, blocked, blocked off, blocked out, blocked up, choked, choked off, clogged, clogged up, congested, dammed, dammed up, earthed up, fouled, landed up, screened, stifled, stopped, suffocated, tied up,
Adjective satellite
1
filled to capacity
  1. a suitcase jammed with dirty clothes
  2. stands jam-packed with fans
  3. a packed theater
Synonymsjam-packed, packed,
Adjective
1
filled to capacity
Synonymsjam-pawncked, packed,
Similarcrowded,

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  1. Wait no. No I didn't get jammed. How'd you Jam? I jammed up Jeremy Jeremy? Just got jammed. I got jammed by Jim
  2. IT'S NOT A JAMMED -- JAMMED NECK
  3. Aircraft like the CRJ has this where it will split if you have a jammed elevator or a jammed aileron
  4. Jammed a piece of wood right in that Center
  5. And it's jammed in there tight so they're not gonna be able to get back in there or move around there
  6. My headroom's OK, but my knees are jammed up against the seat
  7. Uh... Uh... -Oh God it's jammed Micheal! (unintelligible) At the worst time! (Scream)
  8. But really dedicated to making this way is it booth because of all jammed well this hola
  9. I threw this like big ol' meatball in there and jammed it up in there man, dude, Mamma Mia.
  10. jammed full of mostly things that are
  11. Like I think the top of the cup was just jammed
  12. They get jammed, nobody likes them.
  13. >> WELL, ACTUALLY, WARD JAMMED
  14. No, it seems to be jammed there.
  15. As you get closer to singularity, large amounts of matter are crushed and jammed into immensely
  16. cause they were all jammed up
  17. jammed some three or four miles up the river.
  18. If you ask for more than a couple burgers and fries, they'll never be jammed into the
  19. so the fact that both of those controls were jammed hold the flight crew that
  20. And the court hallway was so jammed with cameras