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slobber (all) over (someone or something)
1. Literally, to allow saliva to fall from one's mouth onto someone or something. Can you please come in here and get your dog before he slobbers all over me? His toddler went around slobbering all over the expensive electronics in my house.
2. To be very excited about or interested in someone or something. My boyfriend has been slobbering over those fancy speakers at the store. You need to stop slobbering over every girl who comes into the bar.
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.
slobber (all) over someone or something
to drool on someone or something. (See also slobber over something.) The dog slobbered over the child. It was just being friendly. Jenny has slobbered all over her dress.
slobber over someone or something
Fig. to drool with delight or eagerness at the thought of someone or something. (Based on slobber over something. See also slobber (all) over someone or something.) Fred was slobbering over Donna as she lay sunbathing in a tiny bikini. Jamie was slobbering over Mary's new car.
slobber over something
to drool with delight or eagerness before or while eating something. (See also slobber over someone or something.) The dog was slobbering over a chunk of meat when the cat came in and hissed at the dog.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.