Hindi translation of 'jam'
jam /dʒæm जैम्/
Word forms: jams, jamming, jammed
1. variable noun
Jam is a food that you spread on bread, made by cooking fruit with a large amount of sugar. The usual American word is jelly.
जैम-एक खाद्य पदार्थ mn
2. transitive verb
If you jam something somewhere, you push it there roughly.
Pete jammed his hands into his pockets.
3. transitive or intransitive verb
If something jams, or if you jam it, it becomes fixed in one position and cannot move freely or work properly.
His gun jammed the second time he fired.
Gently remove the jammed paper from the printer.
4. transitive verb
To jam a radio or electronic signal means to interfere with it and prevent it from being received or heard clearly.
jamming uncountable noun
The plane is used for electronic jamming.
5. transitive or intransitive verb
If a lot of people jam a place, or if they jam into it, they are packed tightly together and can hardly move.
खचाखच भर देना/खचाखच भरा होना
Thousands of people jammed the streets.
They jammed into buses provided by the Red Cross.
खचाखच भरा हुआ
The stadium was jammed.
6. countable noun
If there is a jam on a road, there are so many vehicles that they cannot move.
यातायात अवरोध mn
7. singular noun
If you are in a jam, you are in a very difficult situation.[informal]
कठिन परिस्थिति nf
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Example Sentences Including 'jam'
She didn't pass him the toast, nor the butter, nor the jam.Field of Blood
I watched the spectators pouring out of the hall in a continuous jam which I knew would end at the bar downstairs.A Nasty Dose of Death
Each doughnut had an ugly red scar where its jam had been pumped in the sweetest transfusion.BEHINDLINGS (2002)
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'jam' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مُرَبَّى
- Brazilian Portuguese: geleia
- Chinese: 果酱
- Croatian: pekmez
- Czech: džem
- Danish: syltetøj
- Dutch: jam
- European Spanish: confitura
- Finnish: ruuhka
- French: confiture
- German: Marmelade
- Greek: μαρμελάδα
- Italian: marmellata
- Japanese: ジャム
- Korean: 잼
- Norwegian: trengsel
- Polish: dżem
- Portuguese: geleia
- Romanian: gem gemuri
- Russian: джем
- Spanish: mermelada
- Swedish: sylt
- Thai: แยม
- Turkish: reçel
- Ukrainian: варення
- Vietnamese: mứt
Translation of jam from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary