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ram sth into sb

verb [I or T] uk phrasal verb with ram   /ræm/ (-mm-) us  
to force someone to accept an idea, opinion, or principle: It's time someone rammed a bit of sense into you.
Translations of “ram sth into sb”
in Chinese (Traditional) 迫使(某人)接受, 向(某人)強行灌輸…
in Chinese (Simplified) 迫使(某人)接受, 向(某人)强行灌输…
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