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force-feed

verb [T] uk   /ˈfɔːs.fiːd/ us    /ˈfɔːrs-/
to force a person or animal to eat and drink, often putting food into the stomach through a pipe in the mouth: Eventually, the hunger strikers were force-fed. figurative The whole nation was force-fed government propaganda about how well the country was doing.
Translations of “force-feed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 強迫…進食(常指透過管道把飲食灌入口中)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 强迫…进食(常指通过管道把饮食灌入口中)…
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