trash-talk

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trash-talk

(trăsh′tôk′)
intr.v. trash-talked, trash-talk·ing, trash-talks
To speak disparagingly, often insultingly or abusively about a person or group.

[African American Vernacular English.]

trash′-talk′er n.
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Jones was called for flagrant foul 1 while Ross was slapped with a technical for trash talking.
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Maybe she is trash talking because she doesn't know how to tell you certain things, or maybe she doesn't want to.
With Joshua engaging in a rare bout of trash talking, it seems the brash American has gotten under his skin.
The Brit, who was visibly angered by his challenger's attitude, then engaged in a rare bout of trash talking.
Ramsey is known for his trash talking and that can be expected even more when he faces off with Gronkowski.
After the game, Romeo downplayed the trash talking scene.
The most effective approach to trash talking for me has been to ignore it and stay focused on myself and my fundamentals like keeping my eye on the ball.
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Trash talking from Fury (pictured below) just isn't needed - he's good enough as a boxer to prosper without it.
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