drill (someone) (with questions)

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drill (someone) (with questions)

To intensely or vigorously interrogate someone. My parents wouldn't stop drilling me with questions as I was heading out the door—I thought I'd never be able to leave! Would you stop drilling me? I don't know where he is!
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If, for example, an athlete is having trouble turning his right leg, you must drill him on this until he can do it.