noun Anatomy, Zoology.
verb (used with object)
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Idioms for throat
Origin of throat
Words nearby throat
British Dictionary definitions for ram down someone's throat
- that part of the alimentary and respiratory tracts extending from the back of the mouth (nasopharynx) to just below the larynx
- the front part of the neck
Other words from throatRelated adjectives: gular, guttural, jugular, laryngeal
Word Origin for throat
Medical definitions for ram down someone's throat
Idioms and Phrases with ram down someone's throat (1 of 2)
Also, shove down someone's throat. Compel to accept or consider, as in That salesman tried to ram a life insurance policy down my throat, or She has a way of shoving her political views down your throat. These terms transfer forcing one to swallow something to forcing acceptance of an object or idea.
Idioms and Phrases with ram down someone's throat (2 of 2)
see at each other's throats; cut someone's throat; frog in one's throat; jump down someone's throat; lump in one's throat; ram (shove) down someone's throat; stick in one's craw (throat).