slag off


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Related to slag off: slag them off
Translations
pomluvit
brokke sig over
sättiä
ogovarati
けなす
혹평하다
fjerne slaggslenge dritt
tala illa om
ด่าว่า
nói xấu

w>slag off

vt sep (Brit inf: = run down) → miesmachen (inf), → runtermachen (inf)

slag off

يَنْتَقِدُ pomluvit brokke sig over runtermachen δυσφημώ poner por los suelos sättiä critiquer ogovarati sparlare けなす 혹평하다 afkraken fjerne slagg obsmarować criticar критиковать tala illa om ด่าว่า hakkında kötü konuşmak nói xấu 诋毁
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