Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Jam"

The meaning of "Jam" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does jam on the brake(s) mean?
A: To slow down or stop abruptly. If you are driving and you are about to hit someone or something, you need to "jam on the brakes"
Q: What does jam mean?
A: Jam can sometime mean your favorite song or style of music, for example, when people say "this is my jam" it means this is their favorite song. It can also mean coolness, if someone says "you have no jams" it means you are not cool
Q: What does what a jam . mean?
A: then it's a song he likes.
Q: What does jam mean?
A: Music, like yeah that's my jam!
Q: What does what a jam mean?
A: is it about a song? then it means that's a really good song

Example sentences using "Jam"

Q: Please show me example sentences with jam.
A: I jammed my finger while playing basketball.

It means ''I sprained my finger''.

To jam means to twist an ankle, wrist, or other joint.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "jam" .
A: I like strawberry jam. The printer jammed. Let's go jamming. The first is something you put between bread. The second is when it is stuck. and the third is like singing
Q: Please show me example sentences with that is my jam.
A: If a song or a show you liked were playing, you'd say, "That is my jam!" It's a sentence used to show you like something.
Q: Please show me example sentences with in a jam.
A: it's not something I hear a lot in America, "in a jam". I'm really in a jam right now, I locked my keys in my car and I need to get to work!

Synonyms of "Jam" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between jam and marmalade ?
A: Jams are usually made from soft fruits (strawberries blackberries raspberries plums etc) and sugar which is boiled until it reaches a thick spreadable consistency

Marmalades are usually made from citrus fruits and contain pieces of the peel boiled with sugar until it reaches a thick spreadable consistency.
Q: What is the difference between jam and spread ?
A: Jam is made from fruit. Spread can be made from any food. For example, "cheese spread," "tuna spread," "salmon spread"
Q: What is the difference between jam and preserve ?
A: 是指水果嗎?
前者單純指把水果做成果醬;後者指為了長期保存所以加糖去煮。
Otherwise I see no connection between these two words.
Q: What is the difference between jam and marmelade ?
A: Jam = preserved fruit and fruit juice in jars.
Marmalade = jam made from oranges.
Q: What is the difference between jam and spread ?
A: Jam is made from fruit, while "spread" is anything you spread on bread (literally 塗りもの). Therefore, jam is one kind of spread.

Translations of "Jam"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "let's jam out to some Xmas songs together."
what does ' jam out ' mean in this sentence? is it in commonly used ? and give some examples of it.
A: YES! Turn it up!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? jam berapa sekarang ?
A: what time is it now?
or just what time is it?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? jam berapakah datangnya kereta dari jakarta?
A: How many hours left until the car from Jakarta will arrive?

atau bahasa mudahnya

"when is the car(from Jakarta) arriving ? "
kapan kereta dari jakarta bakal tiba
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "let me jam you"
A: Is that not English?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? That's my jam!
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Jam"

Q: Did you use up all the jam left in the fridge? does this sound natural?
A: usually it " Did you use up the leftover jam in the fridge" or just "Did you finish the jam in the fridge"
Q: hey you are so jam please do one thing at a time does this sound natural?
A: You are so busy. Do one thing at a time
Q: I ate jam on bread breakfast. does this sound natural?
A: I ate jam on my bread for breakfast.
Q: What does "jam talk" in 579 mean?
A: He is saying that he can enjoy it, talking about blues all day. In english we say I can jam as in "I can have a good time listening to this."
It is usually used when talking about music because slang for music is: a jam.
"This is a good jam, what's the name of it?"

Did I make enough sense?
Q: I hope your jam will prosper. does this sound natural?
A: Ah! Then you would add "session" because If you just say jam, people will think you mean the food condiment.
"I hope your jam session will be prosperous"
But more naturally we would just say 'I hope your jam session goes well'

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