bollocking


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bollocking

(ˈbɒləkɪŋ)
n
slang a severe telling-off; dressing-down
Translations

bollocking

[ˈbɒləkɪŋ] N (Brit) to give sb a bollockingechar una bronca a algn, poner a algn como un trapo

bollocking

n (Brit sl) → Schimpfkanonade f (inf); to give somebody a bollockingjdn zur Sau machen (inf)
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There is nothing new about kids of 14 lighting up on the way home from school, or about the proper way of dealing with it - a good old-fashioned bollocking.
Gerrard said: "It was just on the tip of my tongue to give him a bollocking but then he did that.
We were given a bollocking at half-time and at full-time.
Muddy Boots Foods co-founder Roland Ballard, who set up the Worcester-based business with his wife in 2008, said they had been given "the bollocking we deserved" in the show, which aired last Monday.
I'M not sure whether Princess Pushy actually used the words "Get back to the colonies" when bollocking a group of mixed-race diners at a New York restaurant.
The roadie got a real bollocking afterwards off the tour manager.
NEWCASTLE bad boy Kieron Dyer is set for a top brass bollocking when he returns to St James' Park from the club's trip to America at the end of the month.
but all I got was a bollocking from the boss when he saw what I'd done.
Bernard Manning didn't get much right, but he dropped a pearl of wisdom when he told us why he never left his mum: "Name another gaff where you get your washing, ironing, shopping, cooking and cleaning done in return for throwing someone a fiver of a Friday, and bollocking her for running out of brown sauce?
All of his staff were very privileged to have received a bollocking from him
One minute you're bollocking me (or should that be "challenging" me) on what I write.
Since most kids his age prefer the places their parents LEAST want them to go to, I suspect the most likely result was something of a bollocking when he got home.