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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of gang.

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Examples

  • The four of them kind of ganged up on her along with almost everyone she consulted and said, take this job.

    CNN Transcript Jan 11, 2010

  • The four of them kind of ganged up on her, along with almost everyone she consulted, said, take this job.

    CNN Transcript Jan 11, 2010

  • "I think he tried too hard at times last year and it kind of ganged up on him after a while," Francona said.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Then the Republicans and Democrats kind of ganged up on him and had a fusion candidate.

    Express Milwaukee

  • Gigabyte only lists a couple of DDR2 2 meg chips on their compatible list but the pair of Corsair chips I just bought work fine in "ganged" mode (dual channel, don't ask me why they had to change the name).

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  • "I had little mistakes on each shot that kind of ganged up on me," she said.

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  • After her eviction, Sov told said: "All the housemates kind of ganged up on me, singled me out.

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  • "Sov" told host Davina McCall: "All the housemates kind of ganged up on me, singled me out.

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  • They convinced me to watch Doctor Who for the first time ... they sort of ganged up on me and made me watch it.

    The Doctor Who Crew is Just TOO Adorable

  • Buoyed up by a treasure-trove of unpublished letters and journals, Ms. Cooper has no trouble in establishing the liveliness of her subject's personality, her centrality to Millais's paintings and her resourcefulness when ganged up on by the Ruskins.

    A Far From Model Marriage

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