cram for (something)

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cram for (something)

To study for a test shortly before it is to happen. You might have gotten a higher grade if you didn't cram for that exam at the last minute.
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Still, Shand-Tucci is thorough, and this will be the best portrait of Cram for a long time, so it is a great pity that the author has been badly let down by dreadful reproduction of images in the text.
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