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ream someone out

Sl. to scold someone severely. The teacher really reamed him out. The coach reamed out the whole team.
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ream something out

to widen or clean an interior cavity or channel by scraping, grinding, or drilling. Ream the opening out so the flow will be faster. We had to ream out the pipes so the fuel would flow to the engine.
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ream someone out

tv. to scold someone severely. The coach reamed out the whole team.
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This achievement broke the previous record set only months before when another seven-inch Turbocaser Express reamed through 1,800 ft of trouble zone to reach 26,044 ft target depth.
This year, students reamed about art basics and birds that migrate to or through Delaware.
The "high side" is reamed to the depth of the worn side of the glenoid.
Goddard, KS, was the prime contractor who installed both the reamed and open-cut sections.
The body is bi-directional and can be either pull reamed or pushed reamed.