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ram sth down sb's throat

to force someone who disagrees with you to listen to your opinions 迫使(某人)接受,強行向(某人)灌輸(不同的觀點) For years I've had his political views rammed down my throat. 多少年來,他一直向我灌輸他的政治觀點。 Causing somebody to actUrging and persuading
Translations of “ram sth down sb's throat”
in Chinese (Simplified) 迫使(某人)接受,强行向(某人)灌输(不同的观点)…
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