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slagging

[′slag·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Freeing from or converting into slag.
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The same muppets were slagging Martin O'Neill off last year saying we were sick of playing long-ball tactics.
I wonder if there is a conspiracy afoot that by constantly slagging off the Royal Mail the public won't complain so much if this abomination of a coalition government manages to sell it off - which the Tories have been trying to do since Thatcher's reign.
A Birmingham City fan came up to me in the pub and started having a go, saying I was slagging them off.
When Monday morning comes you don't want to be on the wrong side of the result because the slagging will come.
Celebrity publicist Clifford said McFadden kept publicly slagging his ex-wife Kerry Katona when he was drunk.
But yesterday Williams explained: "We've been slagging each other off and I felt if he started slagging me off again what happened could have been ugly for boxing.
All of us who sit cynically slagging off politicians - and many of them deserve the slagging - would do well to remember our ancestors who fought for the vote, especially the women, and what it meant to them.
He was talking to us about Justin Trousersnake and slagging loads of people off
Only during the last 50 years have modifications been made, including front slagging, protruding and water-cooled tuyeres, hot blast, recuperative hot blast, shell melting, oxygen enrichment and compensating computers.
KEVIN McMANAMON received an unmerciful slagging from his team-mates after claiming he meant to score the winning goal against Kerry in Sunday's All-Ireland semi-final.
CHRIS INNES insists the decision to return to the SPL was a "no-brainer" - even if his St Mirren teammates have wasted no time in slagging him off.
MAUREEN Messent is up to her old and predicable tricks in slagging off anything remotely British or Christian - this time our soldiers (Mail, February 1).