pump (one) full of (something)

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pump (one) full of (something)

To forcefully fill one with something. My psychiatrist pumped me full of antidepressants as a child, and it numbed me to the world. The gangsters drove by with their Tommy guns and pumped their rivals full of lead.
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pump somebody full of something

fill somebody with something, especially drugs: They pumped her full of painkillers.
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