What does "cram" mean in this sentence?

It's not that they're cramming for some project. It's that long-term procrastination has made them feel like a spectator, at times, in their own lives

Source link : https://www.ted.com/talks/tim_urban_inside_the_mind_of_a_master_procrastinator/transcript#t-555311

Hope someone could explain it to me.


cramming is a colloquial word for urgent studying, such as immediately before an exam. Different countries and schools use different words for this.

It follows "to cram" which is to put more into a container than usual.


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  • That what I have thought. Thank you ^_^ – Tan Nguyen Jan 13 at 12:25

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