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Definition of jam-packed in English:

adjective

informal
Extremely crowded or full to capacity: trains were jam-packed with holidaymakers
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  • Always have tons of writing on the cover to make the mag look jam-packed full of exciting stuff!
  • The mass choir thrilled the jam-packed crowd with a medley of folk songs and theatrical dramatizations.
  • However, the local press is jam-packed full of letters from the local public completely objecting to wheelie bins.

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