ram through

ram through

1. To crash through something. The attackers rammed through the gates of the castle with a statue they had torn down in the courtyard. The driver lost control of his car and rammed through the wall of a building.
2. To force something to penetrate through something. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "ram" and "through." He rammed a metal rod in the computer terminal in a fit of blind rage. The serial killer rammed the knife in the back of his latest victim.
3. To crash something into and through something else. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "ram" and "through." He rammed a metal rod in the computer terminal in a fit of blind rage. The serial killer rammed the knife in the back of his latest victim.
4. To force something to pass through some decision-making process or group, especially faster than is typical or proper. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "ram" and "through." They're trying to ram the legislation through Congress before the midterm elections. You can't just ram this application through the committee, Tom. We need time to look over it in detail.
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ram something through

 (something)
1. to force something through something. He rammed his fist through the window, cutting himself in the process. Harry put the brick up to the window glass and rammed it through. Next time he would remember his key.
2. to force something through a deliberative body, usually not allowing due consideration. They rammed the bill through the city council. The President was unable to ram the measure through Congress.
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ram through something

to crash or pound through something. The car rammed through the back of the garage. I was afraid that the truck would ram through the fence.
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