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To chew someone out


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To chew someone out means to scold that person.

Sample Usage

1. When Sandip ventured into the pool’s cold water, his father chewed him up as he had recovered from a fever just a week ago.

2. Rashmi’s aunt chewed her for returning with a poor quality handset.

3. The boss chewed the peon for coming late daily.


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