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jam somebody’s/the switchboard

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjam somebody’s/the switchboardjam somebody’s/the switchboardTCTif telephone calls jam the switchboard of an organization, so many people are phoning the organization that it cannot deal with them all Viewers jammed the switchboard with complaints. jam
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jam somebody’s/the switchboardBut look at the text, calls jammed our switchboard all day.Residents jammed the switchboard of city authorities asking whether it was safe in the area.
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