ram into

ram something into someone or something

 and ram something in
to pound something into someone or something. He rammed his fist into Bill's side and shouted something angry at him. He rammed in his fist.
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ram into someone or something

to crash into someone or something. Mary accidentally rammed into a fence as she rode along. The car rammed into the tree and was totally wrecked.
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According to Steve Forman, Mitsubishi's marketing manager for application-specific memory products, "Eight major global customers are either using, or in process of designing the 3D RAM into their products.