jam with

jam something (up) with something

to clog something with something. Time had jammed the pipe up with rust. Time had jammed up the pipe with rust. Jam the hole with a cloth so nothing else will leak out.
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jam with someone

to play music in an improvised band with someone. Andy loves to jam with the other students. Let's set up a time when we can jam with the others.
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A year later, Shanahan began hosting the jam with Holloway.
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On how parents have welcomed Camp Jam with open arms, Carlisi explained, "Ten or 20 years ago you wouldn't have been able to do this, but parents today are way more accepting and even encouraging their kids to pursue rock music, either as a career or hobby.
o TPi/Client links the front-end capabilities of JAM with the client facilities of TUXEDO.