cram in

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w>cram in

vi (people)sich hinein-/hereindrängen or -quetschen or -zwängen (→ -to in +acc)
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Moorcroft said: "If they want a famous leader, some one with a profile, then people like Steve Cram in the sport have got that image, as has Jon Ridgeon.
They were also more likely to cram in courses that required a great deal of writing.
The opportunities for fruitful research in the host-guest complexation field are boundless,' writes Cram in the December 1986 issue of ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE (International Edition in English).