school someone

school someone

tv. to teach someone something, usually as a demonstration of power. (As in I’ll teach you a thing or two which suggests violence.) Am I gonna have to school you in how to act?
See also: school
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The more years of school someone has, the better he or she did on calculations, memory and reasoning tests.
When I got back to school someone had put a pack of nappies in my seat.
He says: "I remember when I was at drama school someone asked me what I wanted to do when I left and I said I wanted to play two roles, Jean Valjean (in Les Miserables) and The Phantom.
There was one time when Lakysha went to high school someone was getting bullied and she stepped in to help them.
On my return to school someone had obviously been in touch and the children and teachers were outside holding banners and cheering.
I had to learn to fight--every time I landed at a new school someone always picked a fight.
When I was at school someone came and gave a talk about VSO and I decided then that it was for me.
It seems every time staff work to make further improvements to the school someone comes along and shatters all those efforts in just a few minutes.
After I left school someone told me you'll know when it's time to start up as a trainer," he added.
Other readers are correct about folks in other countries not caring a jot about what school someone went to.
She said: "Because you know what school someone went to or know what their job is, you might decide they are decent.
Outside our school someone was knocked off their bike, so we are trying to get the way into the school made a bit safer.
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