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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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crammercram‧mer /ˈkræmə $ -ər/ noun [countable] British English  SESa special school that prepares people quickly for examinations
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crammerI therefore went for a term to a crammer, secured the necessary credit and was accepted by Magdalen College.At the First Municipal girls' school, students attend crammers for mathematics and science.Undismayed, she sent me to a first-class crammer for two terms, and Brian to another preparatory school.Competition for places in high status universities is so enormous that after-school attendance at expensive private crammer schools is virtually compulsory.But it needed a full-time crammer to get you there and you're still below average.
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