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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Alternatively, you could let him know you can hear everything he says, including slagging you off and that the other neighbours are aware of it, too.
But don't get too cocky,Craig - I'll no doubt be slagging you off soon
If you are afraid of people criticising and slagging you off then the last place you should be is on TV.
This prompted deputy council leader Andy Howell to quip: 'We will stop slagging you off, if you stop slagging us off.
It can''t get any worse for our esteemed PM when the Tories are slagging you off for being plastic