thrust something down someone's throat

force/push/ram/thrust/something down someone’s throat informal phrase
to force someone to have or to accept something

Viewers continue to have programmes like this thrust down their throats every day.

Thesaurus: to nag or force someone to do somethingsynonym
Main entry: throat

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • force something down someone's throat — force/push/ram/thrust/something down someone’s throat informal phrase to force someone to have or to accept something Viewers continue to have programmes like this thrust down their throats every day. Thesaurus: to nag or force someone to do… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ram something down someone's throat — force/push/ram/thrust/something down someone’s throat informal phrase to force someone to have or to accept something Viewers continue to have programmes like this thrust down their throats every day. Thesaurus: to nag or force someone to do… …   Useful english dictionary

  • push something down someone's throat — force/push/ram/thrust/something down someone’s throat informal phrase to force someone to have or to accept something Viewers continue to have programmes like this thrust down their throats every day. Thesaurus: to nag or force someone to do… …   Useful english dictionary

  • throat — [ θrout ] noun count *** 1. ) the area at the back of your mouth and inside your neck: The curry was still burning his throat. She s in bed with a throat infection. sore throat: Have we got any medicine for a sore throat? => FROG 2. ) your… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • throat */*/*/ — UK [θrəʊt] / US [θroʊt] noun [countable] Word forms throat : singular throat plural throats 1) the area at the back of your mouth and inside your neck The curry was still burning his throat. She s in bed with a throat infection. sore throat: Have …   English dictionary

  • throat — /θroʊt / (say throht) noun 1. the passage from the mouth to the stomach or to the lungs; the fauces, pharynx, and oesophagus; the larynx and trachea. 2. some analogous or similar narrowed part or passage. 3. the front of the neck below the chin… …   Australian English dictionary

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  • cut — 1 /kVt/ verb past tense and past participle cut present participle cutting 1 DIVIDE WITH KNIFE ETC (T) to divide something into two or more pieces using a sharp tool such as a knife: Do you want me to cut the cake? | The thieves had cut the phone …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • cut — cut1 [ kʌt ] (past tense and past participle cut) verb *** ▸ 1 use knife/sharp tool ▸ 2 have ability to cut ▸ 3 injure part of body ▸ 4 reduce/lower ▸ 5 on computer ▸ 6 stop something moving/working ▸ 7 make something shorter ▸ 8 divide playing… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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