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Definition of "slagging" [slagging]

  • Present participle of slag. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "slagging" in a sentence
  • "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."
  • "DAVID FRUM, FORMER BUSH SPEECHWRITER: To get into this kind of slagging match with him, I mean, it's luridly entertaining for everybody else."
  • "As for "slagging" you, if you can quote one thing I said which is demonstrably false, I will concede your point."