Definition of crammer in English:

crammer

Syllabification: cram·mer
Pronunciation: /ˈkramər
 
/

noun

British
  • A person or institution that prepares pupils for an examination intensively over a short period of time.
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    • In 1888 Russell went as a boarder to an army crammer to prepare for Cambridge University scholarship examinations.
    • As well as the tutorial colleges and local crammers, about a dozen public schools have entered the market.
    • He moved schools a lot - prep and boarding, home tutors, crammers.

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