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Etymology

Old English þrote.

Pronunciation

Noun

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Singular
throat

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  1. The front part of the neck.
    The wild pitch bounced and hit the catcher in the throat.
  2. The gullet or windpipe.
    As I swallowed I felt something strange in my throat.
  3. A narrow opening in a vessel.
    The water leaked out from the throat of the bottle.
  4. station throat

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