jamming

[ US /ˈdʒæmɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒˈæmɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. deliberate radiation or reflection of electromagnetic energy for the purpose of disrupting enemy use of electronic devices or systems
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How To Use jamming In A Sentence

  • Watch our expert show you an example of jamming in an Ab major scale in this free video clip on music theory.
  • The second set also starts of in a rollicky jamming way with a Stranger and a Cumberland to write home about, but then the band slows down and you get a sleepy Gloria and a communally weird Do It In The Road where "everyone" sings. bt.etree.org
  • Strenuously jamming their alleged principles into an oubliette is an exercise that apparently causes blindness, as well. Archive 2009-11-01
  • Those familiar with hand-jamming will find this quite accommodating, well-furnished as it is with excellent placements.
  • I pushed the arms away from me and swung around, jamming my fist into the body of the person holding me.
  • The jamming caused considerable confusion and slowed the British reaction, and as a result the German warships had passed through the strait of Dover before the first attacks were launched against them.
  • With a wide range of jamming capabilities and easily wearable the devise is the size of a radio, the Storm-H extends protection to each individual soldier on tactical operations. FOXNews.com
  • A guard activated a radio-jamming device immediately so the bomb couldn't be detonated, West wrote.
  • Believing a man had flashed at his girlfriend, he drove at him, jamming him against a wall.
  • The EF1-11 radar jamming plane had taken off from the Upper Heyford airbase.
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