Jump down (someone’s) throat

Do you know the English expression “to jump down (someone’s) throat? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?

Dan: Did you talk to Neil about his gambling?

Sue: Yes. When I told him to stop, he jumped down my throat.

Does it mean:

a) speak to someone in a nice way

b) speak to someone in a funny way

c) speak to someone in a polite way

d) speak to someone in an angry way

The answer is below!↓

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Answer: d) speak to someone in an angry way

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