To defeat thoroughly; trounce; clobber (1940s+)
Also, wipe the floor with. Defeat thoroughly, overwhelm, as in The young boxer said he was sure to mop up the floor with his opponent, or I just know we’ll wipe the floor with the competition. [ Late 1800s ]
[moh-pee] /ˈmoʊ pi/ adjective, mopier, mopiest. 1. . [moh-pee] /ˈmoʊ pi/ adjective, mopier, mopiest. 1. languishing, listless, droopy, or glum.
[moh-ket] /moʊˈkɛt/ noun 1. a type of fabric with a thick, velvety pile, used for carpets and in upholstering. /mɒˈkɛt/ noun 1. a thick velvety fabric used for carpets, upholstery, etc
[moh-kee] /ˈmoʊ ki/ noun, plural Moquis (especially collectively) Moqui. 1. . [moh-kee] /ˈmoʊ ki/ noun, plural Mokis (especially collectively) Moki. 1. (def 1). /ˈməʊkɪ/ noun (pl) mokis, moki 1. either of two edible sea fish of New Zealand, the blue cod (Percis colias) or the bastard trumpeter (Latridopsis ciliaris)
1. (defs 2, 3). 1. . /mɔː/ noun 1. a layer of acidic humus formed in cool moist areas where decomposition is slow Compare mull4 abbreviation 1. middle-of-the-road: used esp in radio programming abbreviation 1. Morocco 1. middle-of-the-road 2. monthly operating review 1. morocco 2. mortar 1. Morocco 2. Moroccan