Throat in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation and Dictionary
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throat
[θrəʊt]
noun
1. garganta (f)
  • to grab somebody by the throat agarrar a alguien por el cuello
  • to clear one's throat carraspear, aclararse la garganta
2. (familiar) (idioms)
  • to ram or shove something down somebody's throat hacerle tragar algo a alguien
  • there's no need to jump down my throat! ¡no hay motivo para que me eches así los perros!
  • they're always at each other's throats siempre se están tirando los trastos (a la cabeza)
throat [θrəʊt]
noun
1 (interior) garganta (f)
to clear one's throat aclararse la voz; carraspear; to have a sore throat tener dolor de garganta
to jump down sb's throat arremeter contra algn sin más
to ram sth down sb's throat meter algo a algn por las narices
there's no need to ram it down my throat no hace falta que me lo metas por las narices
2 (from exterior) cuello (m)
they are at each other's throats all the time se atacan uno a otro todo el tiempo; to cut or slit sb's throat cortar el cuello a algn; to cut or slit one's throat cortarse la garganta; cortarse el cuello; he's cutting his own throat está actuando en perjuicio propio; se está haciendo daño a sí mismo
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