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RAM British & World English

Random-access memory

ram British & World English

An uncastrated male sheep

ram English Thesaurus

he rammed his sword back into its sheath

drive something home British & World English

Make something clearly understood by the use of repeated or forcefully direct arguments

the Ram in ram British & World English

The zodiacal sign or constellation Aries

force something down someone's throat British & World English

Force ideas or material on a person’s attention by repeatedly putting them forward

ram air British & World English

Air which is forced to enter a moving aperture, such as the air intake of an aircraft

ram raid British & World English

A robbery in which a shop window is rammed with a vehicle and looted

ram paddock British & World English

An enclosure in which rams are kept segregated from the rest of a flock of sheep

battering ram British & World English

A heavy beam, originally with an end in the form of a carved ram’s head, formerly used in breaching fortifications

hydraulic ram British & World English

An automatic pump in which a large volume of water flows through a valve which it periodically forces shut, the sudden pressure change being used to raise a smaller volume of water to a higher level

DVD+RW British & World English

A DVD on which recordings can be made and erased a number of times

DVD-RAM in DVD-RW British & World English

A DVD on which recordings can be made and erased a number of times

ramjet British & World English

A type of jet engine in which the air drawn in for combustion is compressed solely by the forward motion of the aircraft