1an uncastrated male sheep.
) the zodiacal sign or constellation Aries.
historical a beak or other projecting part of the bow of a warship, for piercing the sides of other ships. 3the falling weight of a piledriving machine.
4a hydraulic water-raising or lifting machine. the piston of a hydrostatic press. 1roughly force (something) into place:he rammed his stick into the ground [with object] (of a vehicle or vessel) be driven violently into (another vehicle or vessel) in an attempt to stop or damage it:their boat was rammed by a Japanese warship [no object, with adverbial] crash violently against something:the stolen car rammed into the front of the house [with object]
(often as adjective rammed
) beat (earth) with a heavy implement to make it hard and firm: the walls are made of rammed earth
) British informal (of a place) be very crowded:the club is rammed to the rafters every week