Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Throat"

The meaning of "Throat" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does shoves it down my throat mean?
A: @MunHyeon

there are 2 definitions :

1. Lit. to force someone to swallow something. 

examples:
-The harsh nurse forced the medicine down the patient's throat.
-The zookeepers rammed the food down the python's throat.

2. Fig. to force someone to accept something.

examples:
 -Don't try to force that car down my throat! I don't want it! You can't force that nonsense down my throat! I don't want any more insurance, and I don't want anyone to shove any insurance down my throat.

-Mary isn't invited to my party, and I don't wish for anyone to ram her down my throat!


Q: What does He cleared his throat mean?
A: It is an action one does when they have something in their throat that makes it hard to speak (ex. when you are sick and there is fluid blocking your throat). It sounds like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puA-8bXCDCI
Q: What does What does 'at each other's throats' means? mean?
A: They are enemies/always fighting.
Q: What does throat mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Example sentences using "Throat"

Q: Please show me example sentences with throat.
A:
He punched me in the throat!

The spider crawled down my throat!

I have a sore throat.

etc.
Q: Please show me example sentences with 'at each other's throats'.
A: More literal: "The lions were fighting, they were at each other's throats."

If you are in a fight with a boyfriend/girlfriend: "I was fighting with my boyfriend all day yesterday, we were really at each other's throats."

More general: "The politicians at the debate were at each other's throats."

It is a phrase that means "to be at conflict with."
Q: Please show me example sentences with raw sore throat.
A: Normally you wouldn't use "raw sore throat" but rather just "sore throat" because putting raw in the beginning makes it redundant (repeated for no reason)

"I can't go to school today, I have a sore throat."
"I can't come to work today, my throat is raw from being sore."
"My sister has a sore throat."
"Sore throats are usually a symptom of many illnesses."

Synonyms of "Throat" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I have to always clear my throat. and I should always clear my thoat. ?
A: "Should" is suggestive: It's most likely also optional (e.g., "you should use an umbrella when you walk in the rain, or you might get a little bit wet"), although if it were tied to a serious consequence then the "required" sentiment would be implied (sometimes a wife will give her husband a hint in this manner, but when he hears it he may recognize that it really isn't optional).

"Have to" is a requirement: It's not optional, and any motivation may be tied to some consequence of not doing what one has to do (e.g., "you have to breath or you will not survive").
Q: What is the difference between throat and esophagus ?
A: The esophagus is a muscular tube connecting the throat to the stomach. So when you eat food, the food goes into your throat, then to your esophagus, then to your stomach.
Q: What is the difference between throat and gorge ?
A: Generally throat = ser humano, animal; gorge = el planeta, la geografia
I have a sore throat.
She has something stuck in her throat.
A bus fell into the gorge and everybody died.
A canyon is a type of very big gorge.
Q: What is the difference between sore throat and throat pains ?
A: A sore throat comes from something like the flu and probably coughing or from screaming.
Throat pain can be any kind of pain, like when your tonsils are infected or something damaged your throat.
Does that make sense?
Q: What is the difference between throat and neck ?
A: The neck is the whole part that connects your head to your shoulders. The throat is just the front part that contains your windpipe and esophagus.

Translations of "Throat"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 목에 병걸라지 않을까요?
is she wouldn't come down with throat?

is right?
A: She won’t get a sore throat, right?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 목(throat)이 간지럽고 기침이 심해요.
A: I have an itchy throat and cough
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? throat and thought
A: throat, thought, throat, thought
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I have a sore throat
A: You said it correctly

Other questions about "Throat"

Q: I have a throat pain because I have phlegm. does this sound natural?
A: My throat hurts because I have phlegm.
(I would only say this to a doctor though not to my friends.) 😁
Q: I have a little sore throat from a cold. does this sound natural?
A: My throat is a little sore because I have a cold
Q: When you say you have a sore throat, what is your throat like? Could you describe in detail how your throat is?
A: The back part of the mouth is all inflamed (all red) and it hurts.
Q: Woke up with a throat ache. Fear to having measles. does this sound natural?
A: Yea! you could say "woke up with sore throat, im afraid I might have measles."- that's if you want to be a little proper. If not then you can say: Woke up with sore throat, hope I don't have measles." XD
Q: ・Cool your throat
・Try your lack
・Break through your wall! does this sound natural?
A: cool your throat you can only use if you're saying your throat is hot, which it might be if you're sick, but then we usually say "soothe your throat".
try your luck means try.
break through your wall(s) is an idiomática expression to say that you are not opening up and communicating. we also say break down your wall(s).

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