sock (someone) one(redirected from socks someone one)
1. noun A sharp, forceful blow. He gave me a sock in the arm when I called him a wuss.
2. verb To deliver a sharp, forceful blow. Talk about my mother like that again, and I'll sock you in the jaw!
sock (someone) one
To punch someone very hard. When he made that comment about their mother, Pete went up and socked him one right in the eye.
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tv. to punch someone or something. He socked the door with his fist and began to howl with pain.
mod. alcohol intoxicated. She got socked out of her mind.
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