Bag on someone

bag on someone

verb phrase

(also bag) To criticize someone; insult; dump on, put down: He’s not like smart. I’m not trying to bag on him/ Far be it from us to bag, but we must say Madonna’s book leaves something to be desired (1980s+ College students)


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