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jam

1. verb To play music together. I heard you guys jamming out in the garage—you really sounded great! We jammed until the wee hours of the night.
2. verb To leave. Aw man, I've got to jam. See you later.
3. verb To forcefully shove a basketball into the net, as by dunking. He was able to jam it right at the buzzer and give us a two-point lead.
4. noun Difficulty or trouble. I'm in a bit of a jam here—my car won't start, and I have a job interview in half an hour.
5. noun In basketball, the act of forcefully shoving a basketball into the net, as by dunking. His jam right at the buzzer gave us a two point lead.

jammed

(ˈdʒæmd)
1. mod. arrested. (Underworld.) Willie got jammed for speeding.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. I’m a little jammed, but I think I can still drive.
3. Go to jammed up.
4. mod. upset; annoyed. He’s really jammed because he flunked the test.
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jammed

verb
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4 : to be or cause to be stuck or unable to work because a part is wedged tight <Paper jammed the copier.
With spot jamming, a receiver is used to identify the signal to be jammed and to tune the jamming generator to the correct frequency.
Burn-through occurs when the jamming-to-signal (J/S) ratio is reduced to the point where the receiver being jammed can adequately do its job.
This solution is adequate in a low-density threat environment when only a small number of emmtters must be jammed.