battering ram /ˈbatərɪŋ ˌram/



1. a heavy beam, originally with an end in the form of a carved ram’s head, formerly used in breaching fortifications.
2. a heavy object swung or rammed against a door to break it down.

‹figurative› a battering ram to crush opposing views.

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