cram-v; 2 Senses

Sense Number 1: crowd or pack to capacity; stuff

He crammed the letters into his pockets.
Spectators crammed the lofts to watch the fight.
Scientists crammed the shuttle full of cultural momentos and photos.
I tried to cram one last pair of shoes into my suitcase.

VerbNet: spray-9.7-1-1
FrameNet: Placing,Filling
PropBank: cram.01
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1, 2

Sense Number 2: study intensively as if preparing for a test

We got no break, just time to cram for finals.
I was up all night because I had to cram for a history test.
I've got to cram for my job interview, it's been a while since I've
spoken Italian.

VerbNet: learn-14-1
FrameNet: Education_teaching
PropBank: cram.02
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 3, 4