Synonyms of cram in English:

cram


See definition of cram

verb

1‘the bookcases were crammed with dusty volumes’

SYNONYMS
stuff, pack, jam, fill, crowd, throng
overfill, fill up, fill to overflowing, stuff to the gills, fill to the brim, overcrowd, overload

2‘they all crammed into the car’

SYNONYMS
crowd, crush, pack, jam, squash, wedge oneself, shove, push, jostle, throng, force one's way, thrust

3‘he crammed the sandwiches into his mouth’

SYNONYMS
force, ram, thrust, plunge, push, pile, stick, jam, pack, compress, squeeze, wedge, press, tamp, pound, drive, hammer, bang
informal shove, stuff

4‘most of the students are cramming for exams’

SYNONYMS
study intensively, revise
informal swot, bone up
British informal mug up