English-Norwegian translation of jam

Translation of the word jam from english to norwegian, with synonyms, antonyms, verb conjugation, pronunciation, anagrams, examples of use.

jam in Norwegian

jam
culinarynoun syltetøy [u], marmelade [u]
  trafficverb blokere, fylla
  objectsverb proppe, stappe full
Synonyms for jam
Antonyms for jam
Derived terms of jam
be jammed, doorjamb, jam jar, jamb, jambe, jamboree, jam-full, jammed, jamming, jampacked, jam-packed, pajamas, traffic jam, windjammer, Jamaica, pyjamas, al-jama'a al-islamiyyah al-muqatilah bi-libya, al sunna wal jamma, arthur james balfour, barrage jam, barrage jamming, benjamin, benjamin britten, benjamin bush, benjamin david goodman, benjamin disraeli, benjamin franklin, benjamin franklin bridge, benjamin franklin norris jr., benjamin harris, benjamin harrison, benjamin henry latrobe, benjamin jonson, benjamin jowett, benjamin kubelsky, benjamin peirce, benjamin ricketson tucker, benjamin rush, benjamin shahn, benjamin spock
benjamin thompson, benjamin west, blanket jam, buteo jamaicensis, capital of jamaica, captain james cook, charles james fox, court of saint james's, duncan james corrow grant, edward benjamin britten, edward james hughes, edward james muggeridge, electronic jamming, enjambement, enjambment, epistle of james, eugenia jambos, frederick james furnivall, genus jambos, genus jamesonia, georges eugene benjamin clemenceau, gerbera jamesonii, gum benjamin, henry james, jam session, jamaat ul-fuqra, jamaica apple, jamaica bayberry, jamaica caper tree, jamaica dogwood, jamaica honeysuckle, jamaica quassia, jamaica rum, jamaica shorts, jamaica sorrel, jamaican, jamaican capital, jamaican cherry, jamaican dollar, jamais vu, jambalaya, jambeau, jamberry, jambon, jambos, jambosa, james, james a. garfield, james abbott mcneill whistler, james abraham garfield, james agee, james albert michener, james alfred van allen, james arthur baldwin, james augustine aloysius joyce, james augustus henry murray, james augustus murray, james baldwin, james barrie, james bay, james bernoulli, james bond, james boswell, james bowie, james branch cabell, james buchanan, james buchanan brady, james butler hickock, james byron dean, james cagney, james clark ross, james clerk maxwell, james cleveland owens, james cook, james crichton, james dean, james dewey watson, james douglas morrison, james earl carter, james earl carter jr., james edmund scripps, james edward meade, james fenimore cooper, james francis thorpe, james franck, james garfield, james george frazer, james grover thurber, james hargreaves, james harold doolittle, james harvey robinson, james henry leigh hunt, james hogg, james howard meredith, james hutton, james i, james ii, james iv, james ives, james jerome hill, james john corbett, james joseph tunney, james joyce, james k. polk, james knox polk, james langston hughes, james leonard farmer, james madison, james maitland stewart, james marshall hendrix, james mason, james matthew barrie, james mckeen cattell, james meredith, james merritt ives, james michener, james mill, james monroe, james murray, james naismith, james neville mason, james parkinson, james polk, james prescott joule, james riddle hoffa, james river, james scott connors, james thomas farrell, james thomas harris, james thurber, james tobin, james usher, james ussher, james watson, james watt, james whitcomb riley, james william fulbright, james wilson, james wyatt, jamesian, jamesonia, jamestown, jamestown weed, jamison, jamjar, jammer, jammies, jammu and kashmir, jampack, jampan, jampot, jesse james, john james audubon, john james osborne, john james rickard macleod, judith jamison, katzenjammer, king james, king james bible, king james i, king james version, logjam, lounging pajama, lounging pyjama, n'djamena, ndjamena, oxyura jamaicensis, pajama, plicatoperipatus jamaicensis, point jam, president benjamin harrison, pyjama, robert james fischer, saint james, saint james the apostle, sajama, selective jamming, sidney james webb, sir james augustus henry murray, sir james augustus murray, sir james clark ross, sir james dewar, sir james george frazer, sir james matthew barrie, sir james murray, sir james paget, sir james paul mccartney, sir james young simpson, sloanea jamaicensis, socialist people's libyan arab jamahiriya, solanum jamesii, spot jam, spot jamming, st. james, st. james the apostle, strawberry jam, streptosolen jamesonii, william benjamin hogan, william james, william james durant
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Definitions of jam
noun
1. jam - preserve of crushed fruit
  conserve, conserves, preserves, preserve fruit preserved by cooking with sugar
  strawberry jam, strawberry preserves made with strawberries
verb
1. jam - interfere with or prevent the reception of signals; "Jam the Voice of America"; "block the signals emitted by this station"
  block
  disrupt, interrupt, cut off, break up throw into disorder; "This event disrupted the orderly process"
  barrage jam jam an entire frequency spectrum; "During the Cold War, the Soviets routinely barrage jammed to interfere with transmissions from the West"
  point jam jam a narrow band of frequencies; "We can counter point-jamming effectively"
  spot jam jam a single frequency; "This operator is spot-jammed"
  blanket jam jam a broad spectrum of frequencies to affect all communications in the area except for directional antenna communications
2. jam - crowd or pack to capacity; "the theater was jampacked"
  jampack, ram, cram, wad
  cram prepare (students) hastily for an impending exam
  stuff fill tightly with a material; "stuff a pillow with feathers"
3. jam - crush or bruise; "jam a toe"
  crush
  contuse, bruise damage (plant tissue) by abrasion or pressure; "The customer bruised the strawberries by squeezing them"
4. jam - get stuck and immobilized; "the mechanism jammed"
  malfunction, misfunction fail to function or function improperly; "the coffee maker malfunctioned"
5. jam - push down forcibly; "The driver jammed the brake pedal to the floor"
  force, push impose urgently, importunately, or inexorably; "She forced her diet fads on him"
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jam as verb
InfinitiveGerundioPast participle
(To) jamjamingjamed
Indikative
1. Present
ijam
youjam
hejams
wejam
youjam
theyjam
8. Perfect
ihave jamed
youhave jamed
hehas jamed
wehave jamed
youhave jamed
theyhave jamed
2. Imperfect
ijamed
youjamed
hejamed
wejamed
youjamed
theyjamed
9. Pluperfect indic. or Past perfect
ihad jamed
youhad jamed
hehad jamed
wehad jamed
youhad jamed
theyhad jamed
4a. Future
iwill jam
youwill jam
hewill jam
wewill jam
youwill jam
theywill jam
11a. Future perfect or future anterior
iwill have jamed
youwill have jamed
hewill have jamed
wewill have jamed
youwill have jamed
theywill have jamed
Conditional
5. Conditional present
iwould jam
youwould jam
hewould jam
wewould jam
youwould jam
theywould jam
12. Conditional perfect
iwould have jamed
youwould have jamed
hewould have jamed
wewould have jamed
youwould have jamed
theywould have jamed
Subjunctive
6. Subject
ijam
youjam
hejam
wejam
youjam
theyjam
13. Present perfect
ihave jamed
youhave jamed
hehave jamed
wehave jamed
youhave jamed
theyhave jamed
Imperfect
ijamed
youjamed
hejamed
wejamed
youjamed
theyjamed
Pluperfect
ihad jamed
youhad jamed
hehad jamed
wehad jamed
youhad jamed
theyhad jamed
Imperative
Affirmative
youjam
weLet's jam
youjam
Negative
youdon't jam! (do not jam)
youdon't jam! (do not jam)
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