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  • verb Present participle of slag.

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Examples

  • The party members seemed to be far more interested in slagging off Labour, who are their partners in government in Wales, than critiquing the Tories or LibDems.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The party members seemed to be far more interested in slagging off Labour, who are their partners in government in Wales, than critiquing the Tories or LibDems.

    Dale and different strokes

  • DAVID FRUM, FORMER BUSH SPEECHWRITER: To get into this kind of slagging match with him, I mean, it's luridly entertaining for everybody else.

    CNN Transcript Oct 28, 2009

  • As for "slagging" you, if you can quote one thing I said which is demonstrably false, I will concede your point.

    can of worms

  • As for "slagging" you, if you can quote one thing I said which is demonstrably false, I will concede your point.

    can of worms

  • During the debate the MP got so rattled she accused him of "slagging" her off because he questioned how committed the Liberals were to abolishing fees.

    Socialist Party Main leads

  • There is a 'slagging' culture amongst my group of friends (if you ain't getting slagged you ain't nobody) and I reckon Sherlock would fit in pretty well with some of his put-downs of the trusty Watson.

    Word Magazine - Comments

  • He chose not to speak up and offer his version of events, '' because I didn't want to get in any kind of slagging match with anyone; it seemed better to just ignore it ''.

    The Age News Headlines

  • Adrian Hickey (aged 34) became involved in a scuffle with the man because he believed that his girlfriend, who had been pushed after she approached the victim to ask if he was "slagging" her, was under threat.

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  • Instead, familiarise yourself with the ancient Irish art of backslapping -- learn how to guffaw, administer a good-natured 'slagging' (stick to the football -- that way nobody gets hurt) and witter on about 'the rugby' (especially effective, for some reason, if your superior is female).

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