hate on (someone or something)

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hate on (someone or something)

slang To criticize or dislike someone or something, especially for petty, vindictive, or ill-informed reasons. Ugh, my parents are always hating on my boyfriend. Quit hating on my outfit—I think it's cute!
See also: hate, on
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hate on (someone)

Slang
To ridicule, insult, or act hatefully toward: Stop hating on them—they're my friends.
See also: hate, on
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