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throat / garganta
throat   [θrəʊt]   -noun
1. (interior)   garganta (f)
·to clear one'noun throat
·aclararse la voz,   carraspear
·to have a sore throat
·tener dolor de garganta
a. to jump down somebody'noun throat   arremeter contra somebody, someone sin masculineánoun figurative
b. to ram something down somebody'noun throat   meter algo a somebody, someone por las narices
·there'noun 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'noun throats all the time
·se atacan uno a otro todo el tiempo
·to cut or slit somebody'noun throat
·cortar el cuello a somebody, someone
·to cut or slit one'noun throat
·cortarse la garganta,   cortarse el cuello
·he'noun cutting his own throat
(figurative)   está actuando en perjuicio propio,   se está haciendo daño a nouní mismo
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