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A popular term used to refer to any association, often romantic, between Jim Halpert and Pam Beesly of the U.S. version of The Office. Created by combining the first names of the two characters.
"There definitely wasn't enough Jam in that episode tonight."
"I know!"
by scrantonicity April 10, 2007
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The musicians word for playing music with their musical chums. In contrast to what most say, this word, although used by many, will never be "over-used".
guitarist: hey dakota lets go jam down at jays place!

bassist: sounds good!
by James TH April 02, 2007
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To eat an opiate such as a percocet or an oxy contin.
I am going to get so jammed today. Let's jam out, or I'm going to be a jam sandwich
by Miz420 April 03, 2010
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Use in the West Coast, particularly California;

To leave, exit or depart from a place or structure(home, school, park etc.)

Synonymous with Bounce and Dip Out.
Yo, I am gonna jam.

Translates to.

Hey, I am leaving.

or..

A: I'm Out!

B: You Jamming?

A: Ya.

B: Alright, peace then.

Translates to

A: I'm going to depart.

B: You leaving?

A: Yes.

B: Okay, good-bye.
by Eddie P. March 27, 2008
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In UK - sweet..you spread it on bread.
In USA + UK its something traffic gets into.
Everywhere - its makin' music live 'n real with others, for free.
"strawberry jam - yum yum."

The M25 near Heathrow anticlockwise around five.

Eric Clapton + guitar and a bottleneck, + others (minimum 1) + assorted instruments + booze and some collective ability to count 12 bar (blues).
by Huey1 May 14, 2005
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to leave

usually when late or in a hurry, or having a lot of things to do
by sterling March 21, 2005
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