English version

force/ram/shove something down somebody’s throat

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforce/ram/shove something down somebody’s throatforce/ram/shove something down somebody’s throatinformalFORCE somebody TO DO something to force someone to accept or listen to your ideas and opinions throat
Examples from the Corpus
force/ram/shove something down somebody’s throatJess felt like ramming it down his throat.The agents poured pepper sauce down their nostrils, or forced water down their throats.Torrents of lava would not tumble out to force fire down his throat, torch his tongue.His teeth were even and white, and Bernice wanted to ram them down his throat.But my brokers were complaining that I was shoving them down their throats.
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