railroad (one) into (something)

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railroad (one) into (something)

To force one into some action or situation by putting a lot of pressure on one to hurry and acquiesce right away. I feel like the doctors railroaded me into getting this dangerous surgery, even though there's no guarantees that it will work or even help! Don't let them railroad you into signing any contracts until you've had a chance for your lawyer to look over them.
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railroad someone into something

to force someone into doing something in great haste. The salesman tried to railroad me into signing the contract. You can't railroad me into doing anything!
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PRESIDENT Michael D Higgins is fast becoming a thorn in the side of the eurocrats hellbent on railroading us into an EU superstate.
"Basically, the council is now railroading us into paying out the money.
THIS from a man who's railroading us into World War Three.
Germany AND France are hell-bent in railroading us into a new European superstate of their creation.