slag (someone) (off)

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slag (someone) (off)

1. To criticise or upbraid someone in a harsh, insulting, and abusive manner. Primarily heard in UK, Ireland. I wish the boss would offer some constructive criticism instead of just slagging us when something goes wrong. Each night, I can hear the woman next door slagging off her husband.
2. To tease, mock, or ridicule someone. Primarily heard in UK, Ireland. Ah, don't take everything so personally, I'm only slagging you! It took me a while to get used to the way Sarah's family slags each other off all the time.
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After months of publicly slagging him off, Karen Danczuk was pictured out with her ex-husband Simon and his new girlfriend.
Of course, the Tory media is slagging him off - well they would, wouldn't they?
EMMERDALE 7pm, ITV Rakesh overhears Jai slagging him off to David and tells Jai not to push away his family like he did his son.
Twelve months ago people were saying Wales could not play without him, and it is those same people slagging him off and it is unfair, you get behind your team and support your team.
CONTROVERSIAL comedian Frankie Boyle has sparked fury among Chris Brown's fans after slagging him off about beating up Rihanna.
I've been with my hubby Ray for 12 years and I was always slagging him off on Loose Women for being Mr Unromantic.
Wit and wisdom 'Everyone has been slagging him off.
ANDREW Whing doesn't know whether he'll be marking Ashley Young or slagging him off on the Holte End when Villa host Brighton in the FA Cup later this month.
Let's hope none of our supporters start slagging him off for doing the natural thing.
George Michael has shut down his website chatroom because fans have been slagging him off.
All the girls sat near him slagging him off, and pulled his hat off telling him he was really mean.
I think the people need to get to know facts before slagging him off.
Let's all welcome Roy and get some spirit back into English football, instead of slagging him off before he's started.
CHRIS INNES insists the decision to return to the SPL was a "no-brainer" - even if his St Mirren teammates have wasted no time in slagging him off.
BY GARETH MACNAMEE GEORGE Clooney has insisted he's not at war with Leonardo DiCaprio despite slagging him off in an interview.