- v.夯实（土等）( ram的过去式和过去分词 ); 猛撞; 猛压; 反复灌输;
Two passengers were injured when their taxi was rammed from behind by a bus.
I rammed down the earth around the newly - planted tree.
The thieves rammed their truck into the jeweller's window.
He was going too fast and rammed into the car in front.
A truck rammed a motorbike.
The motorcyclists rammed down the highway.
I've always been close to my dad but he's never rammed his career down my throat.
The ill fated ship was sent off course into shallow waters and rammed by another vessel.
He rammed the key into the lock and kicked the front door open.
I do dislike having her extremist ideas rammed down my throat.
We rammed the soil flat before we built the hut.
She turned too sharply and rammed the car into a gatepost.
The Senate rammed the law through.
The car rammed against / into the lorry.
One ship rammed the other ship.