force/ram/shove something down someone's throat

force/ram/shove (something) down someone's throat
informal : to force someone to accept or like (something, such as your ideas or beliefs)

She was always forcing her opinions down his throat.

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Main Entry:throat

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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