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cramped
American English: /kræm(p)t/
British English: /krampt/

Translation of cramped in Spanish:

adjective

  • (handwriting)
    I'm cramped (for space)
    tengo poco sitio or lugar
    they work in cramped conditions
    están muy estrechos en el trabajo
    we were a bit cramped in the car
    íbamos algo apretujados or apretados en el coche
    Example sentences
    • I mumble, trying to read Ian Anwar's cramped handwriting.
    • I heard the front door and looked up from the papers spread out on the desk, my cramped handwriting covering just about every square inch.
    • I had come to know his cramped handwriting and his gift for pithy analysis.

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