jams

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
sıkışmaları
jam
reçel

Tom bir dilim ekmeğe çilek reçeli sürdü. - Tom spread some strawberry jam on a slice of bread.

Çilekler reçel yapılır. - Strawberries are made into jam.

jam
sıkışıklık

Elektrik prizinde sıkışıklık vardı. - There was jam in the electric outlet.

Tom sıkışıklıktan çıkmama yardım etti. - Tom helped me out of a jam.

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sıkışmak
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sıkıştırmak
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kenetlenmek
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kenetlenme
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kilitlemek
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(Bilgisayar) elektronik boğmak
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kilitlenmek
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(Avcılık) tutukluk
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ezmek
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kenetlemek
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(Bilgisayar,Teknik) kart sıkışması
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itmek
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kilitlenme
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ezme
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{f} tıkıştır
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tıkamak
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tutukluk yapmak
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(ünalgı mesajını) bozmak
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1. Sakinleşmek, gevşemek, rahatlamak.2. Hoşça vakit geçirmek
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{f} sıkış

Trafik sıkışıklığı toplantıya geç kalmama neden oldu. - The traffic jam caused me to be late for the meeting.

Biraz daha erken çıksalar, trafik sıkışıklığını atlatırlar. - Had they left a little earlier, they would have avoided the traffic jam.

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sıkışması
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(Muzik) doğaçlama, doğaçlama çalmak
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bozmak
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{f} doğaçlama çalmak (caz)
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takılmak
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{f} kıstırmak
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(Askeri) Tutukluk yapma (silah), karıştırma(k)
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jam boz/sıkış/sıkıştır
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{f} basmak
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reçel/açmaz/kalabalık
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yayını bozmak
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(Askeri) TUTUKLUK: Otomatik bir silahta, ateşleme mekanizması gibi bir tertibatın çalışmasına engel olan sıkışıklık veya tutukluk
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bir araya sıkışm
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{i} kolay şey
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{i} çocuk oyuncağı
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{i} tıkanıklık
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{f} hıncahınç doldurmak; tıkmak: They are going to jam all of us into that small room. Hepimizi o
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{f} parazit yapmak
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(Tekstil) sıkışma
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tıkmak
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{f} sıkmak
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basit şey
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marmelat

Reçel ve marmelat arasındaki fark nedir? - What's the difference between jam and marmalade?

jam
{f} durdurmak
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izdiham
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bastırmak
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sıkıştırılma
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çalışmaz veya işlemez hale gelmek sıkışma
jim jams
{i} eli ayağı titreme
jim jams
{i} aşırı sinirlilik
jim jams
{i} içkiden dolayı titremeli sayıklama
jim jams
{i} sinirden titreme
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
third-person singular of jam
plural of jam
Murrumbidgee jams
plural form of Murrumbidgee jam
fist jams
plural form of fist jam
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Blockage, congestion

A traffic jam caused us to miss the game's first period.

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To attempt to score points

Toughie jammed four times in the second period.

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A forceful dunk
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A sweet mixture of fruit boiled with sugar and allowed to congeal. Often spread on bread or toast or used in jam tarts
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luck

He's got more jam than Waitrose.

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To block or confuse a broadcast signal
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Any of several rock-climbing maneuvers requiring wedging of an extremity into a tight space

I used a whole series of fist and foot jams in that crack.

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A difficult situation for a pitcher or defending team

He's in a jam now, having walked the bases loaded with the cleanup hitter coming to bat.

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To throw a pitch at or near the batter's hands

Jones was jammed by the pitch.

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To squeeze into a small space

The rush-hour train was jammed with commuters.

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A play during which points can be scored

Toughie scored four points in that jam.

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To get something stuck in a confined space

My foot GOT jammed in a gap between the rocks.

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To injure a finger or toe by sudden compression of the digit's tip

When he tripped on the step he jammed his toe.

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Causing congestion or blockage. Often used with "up"

A single accident can jam the roads for hours.

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To brusquely force something into a space; cram

They temporarily stopped the gas tank leak by jamming a piece of taffy into the hole.

jim-jams
pajamas
toe jams
plural form of toe jam
traffic jams
plural form of traffic jam
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{n} a conserve of fruit, child's frock, bed
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If vehicles jam a road, there are so many of them that they cannot move. Hundreds of departing motorists jammed the roads. Jam is also a noun. Trucks sat in a jam for ten hours waiting to cross the bridge. + jammed jammed Nearby roads and the dirt track to the beach were jammed with cars
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{v} to confine in or between, to wedge in
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1. Chill out2. Hang out
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preserve of crushed fruit
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(B) preempt
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A malfunction that prevents the action from operating Jams may be caused by faulty or altered parts, ammunition, poor maintenance of the firearm, or improper use of the firearm
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To bet or raise the maximum, especially in no-limit, is to jam
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{i} sweetened fruit preserve, jelly; state of being crowded together; large number of objects that are crowded together and unable to move freely (as in cars or people); awkward situation
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A mass of people or objects crowded together; also, the pressure from a crowd; a crush; as, a jam in a street; a jam of logs in a river
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If a lot of people jam a place, or jam into a place, they are pressed tightly together so that they can hardly move. Hundreds of people jammed the boardwalk to watch They jammed into buses provided by the Red Cross and headed for safety. = cram + jammed jammed The stadium was jammed and they had to turn away hundreds of disappointed fans. = packed
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interfere with or prevent the reception of signals; "Jam the Voice of America"; "block the signals emitted by this station"
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To bring (a vessel) so close to the wind that half her upper sails are laid aback
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To improvise See 'Jam session' Search Google com for Jam
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Judges Award of Merit This is not a placement in an event but it is a way for judges to commend a particular performance
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Usually means that you are trying to force the ball higher into the pocket; can also mean a very solid pocket hit
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When a hitter gets a pitch near his hands, he is "jammed " Also when a pitcher gets himself in trouble, he is in a "jam "
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To crush or bruise; as, to jam a finger in the crack of a door
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When jazz or rock musicians are jamming, they are informally playing music that has not been written down or planned in advance. He was jamming with his saxophone. Jam is also a noun. a jam session. see also traffic jam
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[Widely international term for "yam", ultimately from Mandingo (Bambara) 'ñambu', extant in Arabic, Russian, Spanish, English, et al ] tuber -- a swollen, fleshy, typically subterranean stem such as the potato and yam, bearing buds from which new shoots grow
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If something such as a part of a machine jams, or if something jams it, the part becomes fixed in position and is unable to move freely or work properly. The second time he fired his gun jammed A rope jammed the boat's propeller Cracks appeared in the wall and a door jammed shut The intake valve was jammed open Every few minutes the motor cut out as the machinery became jammed
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Often with "up", to cause congestion or blockage
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1) (n) Song, cut, track "This is the dope jam!" --Public Enemy, "Night of the Living Baseheads" 2) (n) The sweet stuff; like honey 3) (n) Slam dunk in basketball 4) (n) To lock up, as when a bullet gets caught up in the chamber of a gun
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An injury caused by jamming
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push down forcibly; "The driver jammed the brake pedal to the floor"
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crowd or pack to capacity; "the theater was jampacked"
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Just A Minute
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To press into a close or tight position; to crowd; to squeeze; to wedge in
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To hit the ball at or near the opponent's body, forcing an awkward or weak return
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n [something in the way] kemacatan (macat) 2 n [sweet food made from fruit] sele
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press tightly together or cram; "The crowd packed the auditorium"
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Force the ball high into the pocket
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A difficult situation
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push down forcibly; "The driver jammed the brake pedal to the floor
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Blockage, congestion; as a traffic jam, paper jam
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get stuck and immobilized; "the mechanism jammed"
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To play music (especially improvisation as a group.)
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{f} crowd, cram together; pack in; become crowded together; become stuck; cause to be stuck; disrupt, block, interfere (as in radio signals); play music in a free and improvisational manner
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To block or confuse a broadcasted signal
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a dense crowd of people
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block passage through; "obstruct the path"
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neverSpecification language for programming PLDs, Stag Corp, 1997?
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a sweet spread made from fruit and sugar
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To play a domino tile that causes the game to become blocked such that none of the players may make a legal play You should be quite certain that your team has fewer pips than the opponents before making this play
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BSA National Jamboree The two digit number that follows indicates the year of the Jamboree
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Product made by cooking, to a suitable consistency, properly prepared fruit with sugar (or sugar and dextrose), with or without water No less than 45 lbs fruit are used to each 55 lbs of sugar (or sugar and dextrose) Sometimes pectin and/or an acid are also added Jelly Fruit jelly is the semisolid, gelatinous product made by concentrating, to a suitable consistency, the strained juice (or the strained water extract) from fruit, with sugar (or sugar and dextrose), added Sometimes pectin and/or an acid is also added No less than 45 lbs of fruit are used to each 55 lbs sugar (or sugar and dextrose)
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A kind of frock for children
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An informal, impromptu performance or rehearsal
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Refers to some malfunction that prevents the film from running smoothly through the camera The fault may be in the film cartridge or the camera's film transport mechanism
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informal terms for a difficult situation; "he got into a terrible fix"; "he made a muddle of his marriage"
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To throw a pitch at or near the batters hands
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deliberate radiation or reflection of electromagnetic energy for the purpose of disrupting enemy use of electronic devices or systems
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If you jam something somewhere, you push or put it there roughly. He picked his cap up off the ground and jammed it on his head Pete jammed his hands into his pockets
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In jazz and rock, to improvise in an informal setting
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To get a body part stuck
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A preserve of fruit boiled with sugar and water; as, raspberry jam; currant jam; grape jam
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Thick syrupy mixture of fruit and sugar
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A sweet mixture of fruit boiled with sugar and allowed to set, often spread on bread or toast or used in jam tarts
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21A thick mixture of fruit, sugar (and sometimes Pectin) that is cooked until the pieces of fruit are very soft and almost formless It is used as a bread spread, a filling for pastries and cookies and an ingredient for various desserts See also Jelly; Preserves
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Français : Embouteillage Deutsch : Zähfliessender Verkehr See also : Congestion
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made from crushed or ground fruit, it tends to hold its shape but generally is less firm than jelly
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If callers are jamming telephone lines, there are so many callers that the people answering the telephones find it difficult to deal with them all. Hundreds of callers jammed the BBC switchboard for more than an hour
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Jam is a thick sweet food that is made by cooking fruit with a large amount of sugar, and that is usually spread on bread. home-made jam
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preserve of crushed fruit interfere with or prevent the reception of signals; "Jam the Voice of America"; "block the signals emitted by this station" crush or bruise; "jam a toe" crowd or pack to capacity; "the theater was jampacked" get stuck and immobilized; "the mechanism jammed" push down forcibly; "The driver jammed the brake pedal to the floor
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crush or bruise; "jam a toe"
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To jam a radio or electronic signal means to interfere with it and prevent it from being received or heard clearly. They will try to jam the transmissions electronically. + jamming jam·ming The plane is used for electronic jamming and radar detection
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A gathering of musicians for the purpose of playing
jim jams
{i} nervousness, stress, anxiety, jitters (Slang); pyjamas (British Slang)
jams

    Турецкое произношение

    cämz

    Произношение

    /ˈʤamz/ /ˈʤæmz/

    Этимология

    [ 'jam ] (verb.) 1706. origin unknown.

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