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do someone dirt(y)

Rur. to do something bad or dishonest to someone. He sure did his wife dirty, leaving her like that. She did me dirt when we divided up the things mother left us.
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do somebody dirt

  (American informal)
to behave unfairly or badly towards someone, often without them knowing Mack really did me dirt - he stopped me from getting my promotion.
See dig the dirt, dish the dirt, treat like dirt, hit the deck
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