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jamverb

  • ja人と音楽を演奏する、即興で演奏する
  • ento play music with others, improvising

Examples

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We always jam out.
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I like to think that I know how to play drums.
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But that's my beautiful mama in the front seat right there recording it.
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Probably some of the best moments we have is when we are all in the same car,
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driving and blasting music.
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No, actually, I wrote the song—
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I was at Coachella.
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And I was with some friends.
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And we were trying to find a stage that we wanted to go to and jam out to.
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Pepsi Bezel from the 1960's.
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This watch is a little larger.
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It's got a little bit more durability.
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He's obviously jamming around onstage to it with no fear of it coming flying off of his wrist
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because it's got a 50-year-old bracelet attached.
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My band was starting to take shape.
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This is freedom to me.
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But I still needed to figure out which musician was best suited to playing the smoke detector.
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So I organized the band's first rehearsal.
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And after watching them jam...
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it quickly became clear that the standout talent was Eddy.
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This doesn't really feel like a public place to be quite honest.
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Maybe we should go over here.
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Okay, now we can play.
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Oh, she's talented.
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Look at our girl, freaking jamming in the rain like a queen.
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This is like Michelle Branch music video or something.
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He taught us how to play "TV Eye" with Mike.
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Mike, 'cause Mike played guitar.
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One day, we were talking about it.
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He's like, "Next day I'm gonna come in, I'm gonna bring my guitar.
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We'll jam at lunch."
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Abby and Alana are basically playing the city as though it's like an orchestra.
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And so this would just be kind of like a cut shot to this scene of jamming out as the whole city jams out.

Other meanings for jam...

jamnoun

  • jaジャム
  • ena thick sweet substance made from boiled fruit and sugar, usually eaten with bread
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We're gonna go ahead and throw on some blueberry jam.
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That's actually his favorite.
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Just to amp it up, I have my blueberry chia jam.
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This is an olive oil jam that we make.
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It is tomato jam.
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It's also Italian.
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I've got half a cup of raspberry jam and a tablespoon of water that I'm going to melt over low heat.

jamverb

  • ja詰め込む、詰まらせる、塞ぐ
  • ento fill something, such as a door or road, so that movement is slow or stopped
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First, you get this.
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You get the needle there, put it in your big vein.
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I'll just jam it in.
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I don't pay attention to— Okay.
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Don't any of you want to buy one of these off my stick?
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Okay, for the tenth time, nobody wants to eat food that you jammed the stick through.
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Something's jamming it.
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It's stuck.
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So, she takes out a penknife,
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jams it into her thigh.
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Shit!
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That door gets jammed.
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You have to open it from the inside.
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I got it!

jamnoun

  • ja(録音された)曲
  • ena recorded song
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Man, I can't believe how perfectly this worked out, just going from one family to the next.
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- This is my jam! Let's turn it up. Turn it up, turn it up, yup. - Turn it up?
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Dance party in the car, dance party in the car.
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Hey, is anyone up for some hot jams?
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- Oh, yeah. - Yeah.
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- Oh, yeah. - All right, this is Hot Time Fun Time.
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It's a playlist I made specifically for this trip.
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- Oh, oh. - Oh!
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- Oh, yeah. - Ha-ha, you feel it?
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It's my jam.
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Jake Peralta. J. Peralta.
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Dr. Jacob Peralta, who has a PhD in slow jam studies from Funktown State University.