To act in a bossy manner with another person, ordering them to do things, whether or not one is actually their superior.(verb)
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Use "boss about" in a sentence
"But before taking that step, Guidry decided, he would call George Steinbrenner, and try to talk with the boss about his future."
"In her work at Manhattan State Hospital, then a warehouse for the seriously disturbed, her approach seemed to consist mostly of talking casually with her patients and battling with her boss about trying to reduce their medication."
"Each of the cross-joints in the gingham of beams was adorned with a carved oak boss about a foot square: an ornamental device to create an illusion of seamless timbering."