British pronunciation/d‌ʒˈæm/
American pronunciation/ˈdʒæm/

a thick, sweet substance we make by boiling fruit with sugar and often eat on bread

What is "jam"?


Jam is a sweet spread made from fruits, sugar, and sometimes pectin, which acts as a thickening agent. It has a smooth and spreadable texture with small pieces of fruit throughout, depending on the type of jam. Jam comes in a variety of flavors, including strawberry, raspberry, apricot, and blueberry, among others. It is commonly used as a topping for toast, biscuits, scones, and other baked goods, adding a burst of fruity sweetness to breakfast or snack time. Jam is loved for its versatility and ability to preserve the flavors of fresh fruits, making it a beloved staple in many households.


deliberate radiation or reflection of electromagnetic energy for the purpose of disrupting enemy use of electronic devices or systems


a dense crowd of people


informal terms for a difficult situation


to forcibly push or cram something into a tight or confined space


to create disturbances in electronic signals preventing them from being received


to forcefully and suddenly impact or compress a body part, typically causing discomfort, pain, or injury


(of a machinery or mechanical device) to get stuck and be unable to move or work properly


to crowd onto a road or area in such a way that it becomes blocked or congested


to play music along other musicians without practicing and as an act of improvisation

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